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Nyborg Castle

Nyborg Slot

Dating back to the 12th century, the royal castle belongs to the oldest preserved secular buildings in Denmark.

Slotsgade 33B, 5800 Nyborg, Denmark

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Attractions near to Nyborg Castle

  • Hans Christian Andersen Childhood Home

    Humble yet charming house – this is where the famous writer spent his childhood. Now it holds tiny exhibition on his connection to Odense.

  • Egeskov Castle

    Renaissance water castle is flocked with thousands of tourists and there's no wonder why – its lavish interiors and gardens are a must see.

  • Trelleborg Viking Fortress

    Ruins of Viking circular forts dating back to the 9th century. One house was reconstructed outside the fortress.

  • Hans Christian Andersen Museum

    As the name implies, the museum is dedicated to the famous fairy-tale writer. Modern exhibition aimed at the adults as well as kids.

  • Odense Town Hall

    This Neo-Gothic town hall is well worth your attention for its spectacular style and majestic interior.

  • St. Canute's Cathedral

    Red brick cathedral built in a distinctive Gothic style is the most beautiful church of the city. It holds the bones of St. Canute.

  • Danish Railway Museum

    Fascinating museum full of wagons, locomotives, model tracks and many more – every train enthusiast will love it.

  • Borreby Castle

    Perfectly preserved Renaissance castle that is best visited with a guided tour. Horse stables house exhibitions of applied art.

  • Odense Zoo

    This zoo will delight every animal lover and the kids will be amazed. Modern facilities and exceptional animal care.

  • Brandts

    Vibrant venue and the main hub of cultural life in Odense. It also houses Danish Museum of Media and Museum of Photographic Art.

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