torsdag 13 september 2012
Esrum monastery became so rich och had such big influence, that by the time of the reformation it owned a third of all properties in norhern Zealand. After the reformation it was taken over by the Crown.
Today, the twostorey wing is what's left of the monastery. Today it's a very nice museum.
From the reformation to the 18th century it became a stud farm for the king.
It is open to week 42, thirsday to sunday- 10.30-16.30
During the winterseason, thursday to sunday- 11-16