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Medieval Castle Spøttrup

Borgen 6 A
7860 Spøttrup
Website: http://www.spottrupborg.dk
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

As this is the best preserved Medieval site in Denmark you can vividly imagine how life in the Middle Ages has been.

You can participate in various workshops or get a guided tour dressed in a monk's cowl.
Children can be on the lookout for the enemies from the watchtower or they can play in the mini castle on the playground.

From July 4-August 4, 2011 you can watch mini knight tournements.
From July 25-30, 2011 you can be part of one of the largest Medieval Markets in Denmark.

A visit to the Medieval castle in Spøttrup can be perfectly combined with a visit to Vadum beach. See our directory for details.

Spøttrup lies on North Jutland on the Limfjord, about 2 hours drive from Aarhus or Aalborg.

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