Gram Castle

Gram Castle oozes of history - both old and recent. The palace is the largest Middle Age building in Denmark outside Copenhagen, and it was built over three centuries. The palace garden was landscaped around the year 1700 and renovated in 2000 following the hurricane that hit the area the year before.

The palace has gone through a thorough restoration and renovation during the past few years. Come and visit Gram Castle and join a tour of the palace or a Ghost Walk through the palace.


A guided tour of Gram Castle includes a tour of the Castle and possibly of the park or the adjacent farm (Gram Gård) - if time and weather permits. 
During the tour, you will learn about the Castle's history, about the acquisition of the place by Sanne and Svend Brodersen, their vision and plans for the site, the ongoing renovation projects and much more.
Public Guided Tours 
Saturdays (all year, also in summer): Starting at 10:00 AM at the Castle                                 
App. 11:30 AM by own transport to Nybøl (our organic farm) for those who want to see the cows etc.

Price: DKK 75. Duration: Approx. 90 minutes

Advanced booking not necessary. No minimum participants. Note! Cash payment

Public Guided Tours - Summer 2014
Daily (4th of July - 11th of August): 2:00-3:00 PM at the Castle

Price: DKK 50                                                                                                       

Advanced booking not necessary. No minimum participants. Note! Cash payment

Ghost Walk:

A trip around the old castle. From basement to attic at dimmed lights where our guide will share exciting and scary stories about some of the Counts and Countesses that have lived at Gram Castle during the last 600 years. The past comes to life, it gets cold and in the world of ghosts anything is possible!

Every Friday at 8.30 PM.
Duration: Approx. 1 hours
Price: DKK 50,-

Sign up by phone at +45 74 82 00 40

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