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.

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Battle Days with a Nordic Profile
26. September 2017
Nyborg Castle

The annual Battle Days in Nyborg will henceforth be called Nordic Battle Days, and the castle scene for the great battle will be expanded.

Medieval barrel well excavated in the palace square
26. September 2017
Nyborg Castle

After two medieval barrels have been unearthed in the dig in the palace square at Nyborg Castle, the king’s food cupboard can be recreated with original artefacts as its starting point.

New teaching tools will create new impressions and insights
26. September 2017
Nyborg Castle

Moesgaard Museum’s exhibition team will create big experiences for the public at the new Nyborg Castle.

The Knights have Departed and Danehof is Over
26. September 2017
Nyborg Castle

Almost by a medieval miracle, there was no rain during the Danehof-weekend. The weather reports had looked just as murderous as the knights’ clubs do during battles on the jousting ground. Rain had slashed down all week, and only through a huge effort on the part of the volunteers was the jousting ground ready for the knights on Saturday morning. But then it cleared up, and Danehof 2017 could begin.