Neither the castle, nor the gardens are something really special.
The castle itself consists of two floors. On the first one there are some old rooms with old stuff. Old plates, old furniture etc.. stuff that even your grandma might have! There are also paintings of the old owners and pictures (I mean color photographs) of the newer or current owners everywhere.
On the second floor there is the hunting museum where you can see a large variety of hunting rifles and many preserved animal carcasses that are really impressive if you like hunting. There are also many kinds of fish and birds.
The entrance fee is 85dkk with no reduced ticket for students, and photography in the castle is forbidden.
In my opinion there is no reason for you to go there unless you are really into hunting! The egeskov castle is a better choice.
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