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Koldinghus was built in the middle of the 13th century, and in the centuries that followed it was one of Denmark's most important royal castles. In 1808 there was a fire that left the castle in ruins – a romantic relic. Today the castle has been...more
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This museum/castle was brilliant. The restoration on the inside is made of beautiful wood walkways. Plenty of activity areas to entertain children but the best room by far is the one containing many types of royal jewels. Definitely worth the visit
The Kldinghus Castle is just amazing and how it was not knocked down after the fire in 1808 is great.
The building frame of bricks must have been well engineered.
The modern internal rebuild is something to behold as it fits in ultra modern with...More
I loved visiting the museum. The displays are rather static but the splendour of power exhibition of Jewels is well done. But what is amazing is the fantastic way that the castle has been restored and how they have created a working space and maintained...More
Liked that the signs & information was in both English & Danish. There was a special power jewelry display that was very good. My favorite part of the castle was the silver display that was huge, historical & beautiful! Also they had fun activities for...More
A Danish royal castle dating from 1268, but burnt down during the Napoleonic wars in 1808. Restored in 1991, now exhibits collections of furniture, paintings ceramics, and Danish Design silver. They also have smaller exhibitions of various themes throughout the year.
so much to see. As well as the building itself there are numerous exhibitions on danish design, royal jewellery, etc. The part where they have refurbished the walls and added gangways and impressive wooden pillars. You can easily spend hours here. There is a cafe...More
Really impressive sight. History hides in every corner and is well preserved. The ruin has, with respect for the history been rebuild in a fashion where it’s clear what’s the original building and what’s new supporting structures. I’ll highly recommend it to anyone, even disabled...More
And wonderful gallery with a great restaurant in the basement and friendly helpful staff - every museum should strive to be this classy! Pictures are from the exquisite and moving exhibition by Finn, Mari Kato
It is a building with short story. Danish history is connected to the place. Unfortunately, both from architecture point and important events - nothing special here. Other side is Kolding town does not offer too much so it is better than nothing.