Fregatten Jylland

Central Jutland

The frigate Jylland has quite a presence. From bow to stern it measures 71m, making it the world's longest wooden ship. It was launched in 1860 and played an instrumental role in Denmark’s navy in the 19th century; today it’s been restored for visitors – step inside and experience the life of a crew member.

Closing time varies, from 3pm in winter to 6pm in peak summer.

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