In the center of Kolding stands Koldinghus, the last royal castle in Jutland. Koldinghus was built in 1268 and for many years it was one of Denmark’s most important royal castles. In 1808 a fire left the castle in ruins as a romantic relic. Today the castle has been restored and houses a museum with changing exhibitions and events that brings the history of Koldinghus alive. Join a guided tour for children, try the dress up workshop, train at the royal court, learn more about King Christian IV and much more.
More information: https://www.koldinghus.dk/