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Voergaard Castle, Dronninglund

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  • you can only visit the castle on a guided tour, one starts every hour on the hour. Good guides and exciting tour. Lots to see  more »
  • This is a must see if you enjoy untouched Historical Houses. I rate this with the Vanderbilt Biltmore House in Asheville, NC USA.This is a hidden Jewel but unfortunately if you have disabilities as my...  more »
  • We were supremely lucky with our visit, as it was during the Medieval days' faire. Great entertainment, great food,great tour of the castle  more »
  • Nice castle with lots of original decoration, painting etc. The garden is very nice. Don't go for the Christmas market though. Too many visitors so you have to stand in line and wait all the time + it feels like it is only about making a lot of money.
  • Beautiful castle, the facade is very detailed and great ornaments are everywhere you look! Would visit again.
  • This was also a nice day - and the happening takes place for a week. A lot to see, also how things were done practically in the old times. A lot of activities and demonstrations. Bring your own food, or buy there - the soup and sausages were yummy.
  • Around 450 km from Copenhagen but Worth the drive. What a gem for all to enjoy, beautiful classic architecture without a doubt!
  • This is where my 3rd great grandparents met; Ole Christian Kragh was a blacksmith and Ane Kierstine Jensdatter was a house servant. Beautiful place.