Egeskov Castle was built by Frands Brockenhuus in 1554
Egeskov Castle is one of the best-preserved Renaissance palaces in Northern Europe, originally built as two long-houses that seem to rise directly from the lake.
Explore the rooms and decide for yourself where your trip should begin. Egeskov Castle has 66 rooms, but not all of them can be visited.
There are all kinds of exhibitions to explore in Egeskov Castle.
Experience Titania’s Palace, the most magical dolls’ house in the world, built by the British army officer and painter Sir Nevile Wilkinson.
When you visit the Hunting Room, you are actually stepping into the former reception room. It is here that visitors have been officially welcomed to the castle over the years.
Egeskov has a long line of owners, it goes all the way back to 1405.
The West Wing hosts a magnificent exhibition of household items. It comprises everything from kitchen utensils and household equipment to fine china and cutlery.
Egeskov Castle is surrounded by an award winning garden.