Flynderupgård Museum

At Flynderupgård Museum you find the story of Danish agriculture in the 1930s. It is the story of farm life, the animals in agriculture and fisheries. You enter a living history at Flynderupgård.

A living history
A stately country house and a beautiful ornamental garden. Flynderupgård’s setting is perfect, but when you step inside the house you get much more than an aesthetic experience.

Among farmers and fishermen
In the main building you can see an old farmhouse room, step into a grocery store and a school room. Besides this, there are special exhibitions based on authentic local history. You can also go explore the fishing boats, fishing gear, nets and clothing, and real fishing ground and see a small exhibition about the tuna.

A romantic walk in the garden
Behind the main building you find a beautiful garden with lawns, box trees, lavender and rose beds. In the garden there is a path down to a romantic park with an artificial lake and a bridge to a small island. The garden also offers a collection of stone sculptures made by sculptor Karl Otto Johansen, who was a member of the Danish artist association Corner.

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Practical information

Flynderupgård Museum
Website
Agnetevej 9A
3060 Espergærde
Telephone: +45 49 28 19 00
E-mail: Flynderupgård Museum and Open Air Cultural

Opening hours
Tuesday - Sunday 12 - 4 PM
Monday closed

Admission
Adults 20 DKK
Seniors 10 DKK
Children under 18 years free