At Gammel Estrup – The Danish Manor Museum you can experience life at the manor throughout time.
The exhibition includes china, tapestries, paintings, furniture and many other articles. See more.
The portraits of the nobilities at Gammel Estrup illustrate Danish art history with European references in a chronological time line which covers art-historic periods of renaissance, baroque, rococo and the 1800's.
In the kitchen and the servants' quarters, the life of the servants is shown. The manor kitchen, the pantry, the servants' hall, a servant's room, the serving hall, the linen room, the chambermaid's room and texts and photos all illustrate life of a servant at one of the largest Danish manors at around 1918. See more.
Book a guided tour of the manor house. The tours last about an hour and cost 500 DKK/650 DKK + admission for up to 20 people. Booking on telephone (+45) 8648 3001. See more.
See www.gammelestrup.dk for more information.