Autumn Holidays 2018

The Old Royal Town Nyborg and Mayor's Yard give you opportunity to spend your Autumn Holidays in an exciting and unique way. Come and fight or dance as a knight, challenge your senses in different creative workshops, participate in a quiz and win chocolate.

You can buy coffee, tea, cold drinks, ice cream and cake at the Mayor's Yard, where you are also welcome to enjoy lunch, you have brought with.

 Click the following links for further information about time and place of activities and exhibitions. Activities are free of charge, once a ticket to the museum has been purchased. Admission for children and young people under the age of 18 is free!


Family activites:

Autumn Holidays in Mayor's Yard
Jakob and Johanne have planned different activities and entertainment for the whole family.
Monday to Friday, 11-14.30


Footprint from the past! Animals have left footprint on 800 years old stone. Guess which animal and win a golden chocolate coin. 
Wednesday to Friday 14-16, Saturday 12-14


Meet the Lerche family, who had the Mayor’s Yard built in the 1600’s. Visit the exhibition about merchants, mayors and the Lerche family in the Renaissance.
Monday to Friday, 10-15

The Castle Project
Visit us and get more information about the Castle Project in the new pavilion in the center of Nyborg.
Wednesday to Friday 14-16, Saturday 12-14


Here you can read more about other activities at Østfyns Museums in Autumn Holidays.


Theory: The founder of Nyborg Castle died in the Crusades
18. June 2018
Nyborg Castle

Knud Prislavsen, who established Nyborg Castle, may have been the military commander who led a might navy on a crusade to the Holy Land, and met his fate there.

Nyborg Castle was once painted red
15. June 2018
Nyborg Castle

Nyborg Castle has changed its appearance several times since it was built in 1200 AD. New archaeological finds show that it was painted red at one time.

New life for the garrison building on the palace ground
26. March 2018
Nyborg Castle

A fine, new view has opened up of the Royal Palace at Nyborg Castle, while materials from the yellow building are on their way to finding new uses.

The story must be told
26. March 2018
Nyborg Castle

Twenty-two volunteer guides will contribute to telling the story about the castle project, while construction is underway.