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I enjoyed the visit and many displays showing the local and regional history. Nicely done displays to share important events of each century and many conflicts over the region. Unfortunately only ~50% is in English.
From the outside the architecture is rather simple. However, after viewing the history and the interior you will not be disappointed. Toured on my own--and I don't speak or read Danish--but it was very informative (parts were in English).
Of course the main focus on this castle is the war in 1864 which was lost to the Germans. But you also get an idea of life in this region and other historic periods. There were lovely paintings too when we visited.
Just a bit...More
My husband and I thouthly enjoyed our visit to this museum. The lady on the ticket desk was really helpful.We thought it was an absolutely stunning place with plenty of rooms full of history.We thought it would only take us a couple of hours but...More
Well-kept castle with interesting exhibitions. The entrance fee was OK and the exhibitions were multilingual. The exhibitions provided more background history for the region. There was no café when we were there, but you could bring your own food and eat in the old castle...More
We visited this museum expecting a quick walk round and ended up spending two hours! We would have spent longer but wanted to go to The Dybbol over the water.
The castle has a rich history and as well as good background to the events...More