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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New department head for Nyborg Castle
27. November 2018
Nyborg Castle

New Department Head for Nyborg Castle

Gigantic logs will be the bearing beams of the North Wing
27. November 2018
Nyborg Castle

Majestic beams as the bearing construction in the new North Wing

Christmas at the Mayor’s Yard
27. November 2018
Nyborg Castle

Experience the special Renaissance atmesphere at the Mayor’s Yard!

Follow the progress of the Castle Project
27. November 2018
Nyborg Castle

Get updated on the Castle Project in the info pavilion