Gråsten Slotskirke

Southern Jutland

The only part of Gråsten Palace open to the public is this richly adorned chapel, built between 1699 and 1702 and the only section of the old castle to survive the fire of 1757.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby Southern Jutland attractions

1. Gråsten Slotshave

0.11 MILES

For three weeks each summer the sleepy town of Gråsten (population 4200) is abuzz as Queen Margrethe and Prince Henrik (and usually the extended family)…

2. Historiecenter Dybbøl Banke

6.43 MILES

On 18 April 1864 the German army steamrolled the Danes and took control of southern Jutland until the end of WWI. On the western edge of town, this…

3. Dybbøl Mølle

6.56 MILES

The Dybbøl windmill has been bombed twice and now stands as a beloved national symbol. Exhibits cover the mill’s history and explain the symbolism of the…

4. Schloss Glücksburg

6.85 MILES

Glücksburg is renowned for this horseshoe-shaped, blindingly white Renaissance palace, which appears to float in the middle of a large lake. Brooding when…

5. Sønderborg Slot

7.58 MILES

Sønderborg Castle dates from the mid-12th century, when a stronghold was built on the site; later bastions were added for further fortification. It's rich…

6. Schiffahrtsmuseum

11.26 MILES

An engrossing museum right on the old harbour. Displays here give the history of rum and the seafarers who shipped and drank it. Cool models show how…

7. Oluf-Samson-Gang

11.36 MILES

Once a notorious thoroughfare known by sailors for its brothels, cobblestoned Oluf-Samson-Gang has been transformed into one of the prettiest streets in…

8. Museumsberg Flensburg

11.74 MILES

This hilltop museum features two wings: one contains a collection of rooms and furniture from Schleswig-Holstein history, including a remarkably painted…