Ledreborg is a unique gem in Danish cultural history
Especially for Ledreborg – and gradually a rarity in Europe – is that the interior is pretty much like 250 years ago. On the walls, more than 600 paintings are closely linked, and the many exciting furniture, tapestries, figures and other effects are still intact in the rooms at Ledreborg.
The old castle kitchen with copper kettles and wood stove can also be seen, just as you can stick your head inside the old dungeon.
Ledreborg is an impressive facility, which also contains the castle park, which has been recreated as an impressive baroque facility with strict symmetry.
The park is open in the period 1 May – 31 October every day at 11-16, however closed 3rd weekend in August due to the castle concerts. Admission 25 kr.
The castle is open from 1 May to 30 September and only for guided tours, e.g. a champagne tour that ends in the east wing of the castle, which is usually closed to the public. A cool glass of champagne is served here, while the guide tells about the family portraits and then rounds off the visit.