Nyborg Castle Nyhed|07 October 2016
Nyborg Castle Nyhed|06 November 2017
The Mayor's YardSlotsgade 11, 5800 Nyborg
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The Mayor’s Yard
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Nyborg Castle and town
July 1 & 2, 2017
A significant part of the big castle project in Nyborg is a thorough restoration of the Royal Palace and of the remains of the central watch tower. A pilot project has just begun.
A 22 m. (72’) high watch tower will again rise above Nyborg Castle. From the watch tower, visitors will be able to see the Great Belt, and the brick walls will glow after dark! On Tuesday, November 7, 2017, the approved project description for restoring and expanding Nyborg Castle was presented in the Great Hall of the castle.
At the end of the 2017 season, Nyborg Castle will close for extensive renovations and expansion. In 2020, the castle will open again as a recreated 4-sided castle, with new exhibition possibilities.
The annual Battle Days in Nyborg will henceforth be called Nordic Battle Days, and the castle scene for the great battle will be expanded.
We celebrate Christmas in the Old Royal Town at The Mayor's Yard during the 1. and 2. weekend of December.
The oldest part of the Mayor's Yard (Borgmestergården) is from 1601. The building and its additions house the historical museum in Nyborg.
The unique cultural heritage site at Nyborg Castle and the town hall squareare to be restored and revitalised. An international design contest is issued.
You will remember Funen!
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