Gammel Estrup ManorCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: Randersvej 4, 8963 Auning, Denmark, Aarhus
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +45-86483444
- Ticket Price: 95 DKK
- Tags: Museum, Garden, Family And Kids
Gammel Estrup Manor - Review
For 600 years, this startlingly red manor was ruled by a single noble family. Today, it’s a dual purpose museum – showcasing generic Danish manor life on one hand, what with its big kitchens, halls and landscaped gardens; and a museum on agriculture on the other hand, showcasing the evolution of that particular industry in Denmark over the years. The former is the greater attraction thanks to it’s neat, grand and chronological exhibition of Danish nobility over the years.Head downstairs to the kitchen and you’ll see the servant’s quarters and life as lived by servants of that tome too. It’s like the Danish Downton Abbey, only grander.
Gammel Estrup Manor Information
- Assistant to wheelchairs have free access.
- Wheelchair available on demand.
- Admission applied to both the Manor and the adjacent Agricultural Museum.
- Get picnic to enjoy in the gardens.
How To reach Gammel Estrup Manor by Public Transport
- Buses on Randersvej
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Things to Know Before Visiting Gammel Estrup Manor
43.04% of people who visit Aarhus include Gammel Estrup Manor in their plan
75% of people start their Gammel Estrup Manor visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gammel Estrup Manor
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gammel Estrup Manor
Gammel Estrup Manor Trips
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Gammel Estrup Manor, Aarhus Reviews
Very nice museum with a ton of information in 3 languages: English, German and French. I would recommend going when there is a theme going on, as you get to see people dressed with outfits of that time. Also enjoyable for a walk and to just relax next to the water.
Always love it when there's a fancy dress box! Didn't visit the museum but otherwise lovely place and the blacksmiths even gave my wife a beautiful little token heart.
Very nice place. I recommend for short visit and walk. How is it inside I dont know. We visited only outside public places.
Gives you insight into the lives that live here.
Awesome museum in an old Danish castle