This elegant, red-brick Renaissance monument surrounded by a moat and standing in wooded grounds in an isolated spot was built at the end of the 16C. It was restored in the 20C by its last owner, Count Oberbech-Clausen, who also had his late wife's large art collection brought here and organised for the castle to be opened to the public after his death. The collection includes paintings (Goya, Rubens, Fragonard, Watteau), old furniture, porcelain, and French and Chinese objets d'art.
Address:Voergaard 6, 9330 Voergård
Phone:+45 98 86 71 08
Price:100 DKK (-14 years old 40 DKK)
end Jun-end Aug, early Sep-end Oct and Easter: 11am-4pm; end Apr-mid Jun: weekends and Bank Hols 11am-4pm; Oct school hols: 1pm-4pm