With 102 metres from bowsprit to stern, 44 cannons and 57 metres to the top of the masthead, Fregatten Jylland (the Frigate Jutland) is an experience with both room and entertainment for the whole family.
Djursland offers a broad palette of museum experiences for the entire family.
Djursland's history is closely connected to the many castles and manors, that are located in the area. Gammel Estrup - the manor museum lays beautiful placed on north Djursland by Auning, and the manor is one of Denmark's best-preserved Renaissance castles.
Also, visit the nearby Rosenholm castle. The castle is standing fully furnished, just as when the last Baron and Baronesse lived in the castle. You can see lots of furniture, paintings, and tapestries, and get a good impression of a noble family's life over the centuries.
Sostrup castle was built by a woman named Sophie Bille. It was her husband, Jacob Seefeldt, who started the construction which began in 1599. However, less than a year after the construction began, he passed away after participating in his daughter's wedding, a wedding that King Christian ...