about Koldinghus

Koldinghus – Jutland's last royal castle

– has played an important role in the history of Denmark throughout the more than 700 years of its existence. It has served as a part of the border defences, as a royal residence, and as the seat of the local representatives of the Danish central government. Following the disastrous fire of 1808, the castle ruin attracted considerable attention as a picturesque ruin, providing a popular source of inspiration for artists and poets. For more than a century, the ruin has been the object of restoration programmes and gradual conversion to a museum of cultural history and a venue for cultural activities.


Reed all of Poul Dedenroth-Schou's report on Koldinghus.





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Opening Hours

Daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
Closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve and New Year's Day.

Prices

Adults:

90 DKR

Students:

45 DKR



Free admission for children and youngsters under 18 years.

PARKing

Parking facilities for visitors of the museum are outside The Stableyard.

 

Parking fee: 11 DKK per hour.

 

Two parking spaces in the stableyard are reserved for cars for disabled people.

 

FIND KOLDINGHUS

Koldinghus 1
DK - 6000 Kolding

GPS-coordinat: 55˚ 29’ 26˚N, 9˚ 28’ 20˚E

 

Find your way to the museum »

CONTAKT KOLDINGHUS

Museet på Koldinghus
Koldinghus 1

6000 Kolding
Postboks 91

Tlf. 0045 76 33 81 00
E-mail: museum@koldinghus.dk

 

MADKÆLDEREN

Tlf: 0045 75 50 47 98

E-mail: info@koldinghus.dk