About The Museum

There was not much left of the old royal palace's former glory, when the garrison left Nyborg in 1913. Two centuries as a warehouse and a powder magazine had left their distinct mark on the remaining buildings. But strong local forces made the authorities aware that the castle was of great cultural and historical value, and The National Museum launched a large-scale restoration of the castle. After 10 years of restoration, the castle was opened to the public. The castle houses three full banqueting halls, each of which represents an important epoch in the history of Denmark.

Calendar

Jakob and Johanne invite you to come inside
During opening hours
Mayor's Yard

Come along with Jakob and Johanne on an exciting tour in the Mayor’s Yard.

Valdemar the Conqueror and the Dannebrog
June 16 - October 31, 2019
The Mayor's Yard

To mark the 800th anniversary of the year the Dannebrog fell from the sky, the Mayor’s Yard is spotlighting Valdemar the Conqueror and the Dannebrog.

News

The Queen Visits the Castle
28. May 2019

The Patron of Nyborg Castle – The Christiansborg of the Middle Ages, Her Majesty the Queen will visit Nyborg on Friday 31 May

Flight of Bullets
28. May 2019

A new method will reveal where bullets landed after hitting their targets. New knowledge about the Battle of Nyborg in the pipeline.

Engineering Saves the Great Hall
28. May 2019

The majestic beams in the Great Hall need to be preserved

The Dice Are Cast
28. May 2019

Found amongst kitchen waste