Videbæk is a town in West Jutland with 4,309 inhabitants (2020), located 34 km south of Holstebro, 24 km west of Herning, 20 km north of Skjern and 25 km east of Ringkøbing. The city belongs to Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality and is located in the Central Jutland Region. Videbæk belongs to Videbæk Parish. Videbæk Church is located in the city.


West Jutland Art Pavilion
West Jutland's Art Pavilion is located in Videbæk's amusement park with a view of a lake. The pavilion was designed by Henning Larsen Architects and was opened on 1 June 2012. It is located by the former Sportsvej, which on 1 March 2015 was renamed Henning Larsens Vej to honor the famous architect, who was born in Opsund 4 km west of Videbæk .

In 2017, the art pavilion was expanded with another white horizontal, square building that houses a museum for Arne Haugen Sørensen, who himself has donated a large valuable collection of works to the museum. The two buildings are built together at an oblique angle, leaving a V-shaped space. The walls of the buildings consist of sloping pieces that can be seen as a play with Videbæk's landmark, the V.

Videbæk School has 433 students, divided into 0.-9. grade level in 2-3 tracks. It is a superstructure school for Vorgod School, Fjelstervang School and Nørre Vium-Troldhede School, which only has 0th-6th grade.
Close to Videbæk School is Videbæk Sports and Leisure Center, which has two sports halls, swimming pool, bowling alley, exercise and fitness equipment and 16 double rooms.
Videbæk Christian Free School was established in 1976 and has 263 students, divided into 0.-9. grade. The school has its own sports hall.
The city has 3 kindergartens: The sunbeam from 1968 is rated for 63 children and has 15 employees. Lions Clubs Kindergarten is a self-governing institution, established in 1973 by Lions Club Videbæk. It is rated for 63 children and has 21 employees. Gl. Kongevej is rated for 40 kindergarten children, and there are 12 children in the nursery. The playground and the house are also used by approx. 50 daycare children. The institution has 33 employees.
Videbæk Assembly House was built in 1906 and has room for 120 people in the large hall and 30 in the small hall.
Hotel Falken in the western end of the town has 43 rooms, an apartment of 80 m² with sleeping accommodation for 10 people, 4 function and course rooms with a capacity for 120 people and a swimming pool. The hotel belongs to the chain Danske Hoteller A / S.
The city has two mission houses: Indre Missions on Nygade, built in 2001, and Lutheran Missions on Høgevej. Lutheran Mission also owns the nursing home Bakkely, which has 38 homes.
Centerparken Ældrecenter has 21 nursing homes, 2 relief rooms as well as 10 internal nursing homes and 16 external ones.
At Gammel Kongevej 33 is Videbækegnens Lokalhistoriske Arkiv, which belongs to Videbæk Egnsmuseum in the neighboring town Vorgod-Barde.
The town has 2 supermarkets, 3 pizzerias, bakery, library, Nordea department, medical center, dentist and veterinary clinic.