Negative coronavirus test/coronavirus passport
You do not need to have a Corona passport to visit Egeskov.
The government has decided that COVID-19 is no longer a socially critical illness i Denmark from 10 September. Which means all restrictions expires from then.
Max 500 people may assemble indoors
There is plenty of space at Egeskov. That said, queues and bottlenecks may occur – particularly at the castle and for Tree Top Walking, where access is limited and people often have to wait. If you can see that a long queue has formed, we encourage you to come back later.
We also recommend that you purchase your tickets online and print them out BEFORE you arrive as this will help us to minimise queuing times. During holiday periods, you need to buy your ticket(s) for a specific day, and only a limited number of tickets to the castle are available.
Use of face masks/shields at Egeskov is no longer a requirement.
We need our visitors’ help
We kindly ask all visitors to make sure to maintain a safe distance, wash their hands, use hand sanitiser and follow the instructions in the park. It can be difficult to keep an eye on the signs and hand sanitiser dispensers when you are having fun with friends and family, but we ask all our visitors to pay particular attention in the park.
We are doing everything we can to prevent the spread of infection, but at the end of the day we are dependent on our visitors to help maintain a safe distance – which the vast majority do.
For the present, we will always react to the latest guidelines and recommendations, and we will update our initiatives and information on an ongoing basis as the situation develops.
Please email any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
We would also refer you to the official guidelines published online in English at en.coronasmitte.dk and sst.dk/en/English