The Manors have managed to preserve the surroundings, it is amazing for the people who wish to experience the beautiful buildings close up. The manors have adaptet a lot, there are rooms in the old buildings you can rent for a day/night or a weekend. If you need a little vacation or just a relaxing break, a stay at the manors will be a good choise. If you have interest in the old buildings, there are guided tours to join. Any further informations can be found in the touristoffice.
Telefon: 97 48 48 97
Nørre Vosborg is a unique Manor with 700 years behind it. Hans Edward Nørregaard-Nielsen has with the following quote caught the special atmosphere of Nørre Vosborg: “Nørre Vosborg is the place where you can extend your inner person into full size. “
In 2004 a comprehensive restoration and reconstruction of the manor started. In 2008 the work was done, and the doors to the new-renovated Manor oppened. The new Nørre Vosborg consists of the castle, which includes a number of manor lounges, a Knights Hall, conference rooms and a restaurant. The farmhouse includes a multi hall for 300 people, two great showrooms and 56 hotel rooms. It was very important to preserve the outer expression and every thing was taken care of in a gentle way. The goal is to make Nørre Vosborg a cultural center with its own hotel and restaurant. A meeting point where culture and business can inspire each other.
Through time, lots of celebrities have visited the Manor. In 1859 H. C. Andersen lived at the manor for 3 weeks. Here he wrote the “stories from the dunes” and made some of his most famous paper art.
Folkeuniversitetscenteret Skærum Mølle
Skærum Møllevej 4
Phone: 97 48 13 22
The manor is a nation-wide course- and developmentcenter, from where research in many different subject- areas is communicated. Some of these subjects include geology and astronomy. These can be experienced at open lectures and by visiting the “House for stones and stars”. It´s a building which contains a mineralogical collection created by the artist Per Kirkeby. Other than that, there is a brick work-museum and an old little grocey store as exhibition shop, which tells the story of the cooperative movement in Denmark.
In the peroid from May 1st. – October 20th, the exhibitions is open at tuesdays from 13.00 – 15.00. Entryfee is 50 kr for this for people over 12 years.
There is a guided tour on wednesdays and sundays at 13.30. Entryfee 75. kr. for people over 12 years.