Visit Gammel Estrup
the Manor Museum
Visit Gammel Estrup
the Manor Museum
Visit Gammel Estrup
the Manor Museum

Gammel Estrup recieves 2.200.000 DKK

In the beginning of 2014 Gammel Estrup the Manor Museum recieved 2.200.000 DKK from 'Grosserer, Konsul N. C. Nielsens Fond'. The money will finance the restoration of three 19th Century rooms on the second floor of the manor. Here the story of 'the wild count' Jørgen Scheel, who owned Gammel Estrup in the beginning of the 19th Century, will be told. The rooms will open in the summer of 2014.

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The Nordea-Fund has awarded 1.151.000 DKK for a new initiative of presentation

Now the larder of the manor opens its doors in order to make it possible for everyone to take part in the large housekeeping and the production of foodstuffs as it was carried out at Danish manors about 100 years ago. On January 2013 the museum started a new project which through active participation gives visitors the possibility of experiencing how nature and the surrounding landscape were the greatest resources of provisions for the manors' large households 100 years ago.

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Gammel Estrup receives 902,500 DKK for Restoration

Gammel Estrup - the Manor Museum has received 902,500 kr from Shipowner Carsten Brebøl's Public Utility Fund for restoration of a number of rooms on the first floor. The restoration is an important part of the preservation of the Danish cultural heritage which the manors and Gammel Estrup represent. Gammel Estrup - the Manor Museum hopes to be able to open the newly restored rooms as early as 2012. The rooms will be furnished in rococo style and will show the housing culture and life at the manor as it could have been during the last half of the 1700's when Jørgen Count Scheel and Charlotte Louise von Plessen lived at the manor.

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Gammel Estrup
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Randersvej 2 T (+45) 8648 3001
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