Old Estrup is one of Denmark’s best preserved Renaissance mansions, and the history of the manor can be traced back to the 14th century.
In the manor’s impressive halls and simple lodges, you can really sense the history of history. Here you can see where noblemen lived, danced and celebrated, and where their many servants lived and worked.
During all school holidays and up to Christmas, there is live creation and the manor’s kitchen is open with the sale of coffee and cake. Outdoors there are beautiful gardens and a large natural playground. Children under 18 have free access. The ticket also applies to the neighboring museum The Green Museum. See more at www.gammelestrup.dk.