Jaegerborg Dyrehave, Klampenborg

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Wildlife Area
Walk through Jaegerborg Dyrehave, known for its mixture of huge, ancient oak trees and large populations of red and fallow deer. All 15 entrances to the park have a characteristic red gate adjoining a small ranger's house. Take the time to see Hermitage Palace, built during the reign of Christian VI. You'll notice the roads laid out in the classic star form, which was typical for areas used in hunting with dogs. Amenities include an old theatre with many small tents on a hilly terrain, an old amusement park, a drinking fountain, a restaurant, and a former ranger station on the King's hunting road that has been turned into a hotel. Put Jaegerborg Dyrehave at the forefront of your travel plans using our Klampenborg itinerary maker.
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  • Inhale the fresh air and enjoy tre deers. Lovely time for families of all ages. Great fun good times  more »
  • Deer Park is definitely worth a visit, particularly in autumn when some of the world's largest red deer is in heat. To see (and hear) huge herds of fallow deer on the plains west of the wonderful Hermitage Castle is absolutely wonderful, and you go over to the other side of the Palace looking Scania on the other side of the Oresund blue waves,
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  • This is one of Copenhagen's most interesting places, for both visitors (who have enough time to explore) and locals. It is basically a pretty big nature park, with lots of trees and deer. It is a grea...  more »