Sankt Mariæ Kirke & Karmeliterklostret
Slip into this medieval church for some rather eclectic 15th-century frescoes, in which frogs, foxes, bulls and rams spring from...
One block north of the cathedral is Helsingør Bymuseum, built by the monks of the adjacent monastery in 1516 to serve as a sailors’...
Sankt Olai Domkirke
Surrounded by lime trees, handsome, red-brick Sankt Olai Domkirke is a Gothic cathedral built in 1559. Eclectic features include an...
Part of The Culture Yard, a striking waterfront cultural centre housing theatres, exhibition spaces, and the Helsingør library, this...
Sankt Anna Gade 38 · interesting places nearby
Sankt Mariæ Kirke is attached to one of Scandinavia’s best-preserved medieval monasteries, Karmeliterklostret , a soothing place of red brick and whitewash. Christian II’s mistress, Dyveke (c 1490–1517), is thought to have been buried here.