Moellerup Gods

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Marsk Stig Andersen Hvide, known as Marks Stig, was at the end of the 13th century the most influential man in Denmark after the king. In 1286, he became an outlaw because of his complicity in the murder of the king, Erik Klipping (King Eric V of Denmark). However, his family remained on Møllerup for the next 500 years.
Address

Møllerupvej 24

8410 Rønde

Contact

Email:as@gamborg.net

Phone:87586900

fax:86371999

Møllerup God is a cultural-historical gem in Mols Bjerge National Park.

The estate's main building was built in 1681, however, the remains Marsk Stig's old fortress is well-preserved in the foundation of the main building and it continues to be a meaningful part of the history of Møllerup Gods. The side wings and Hubertus Kroen originates dates back to the first half of the 18th-century oozes of history, and the distinctive yellow half-timbering buildings sets you back in time.

Tours can be arranged by enquiry to the office at Møllerup Gods. Similarly, access to the horse stables is made upon prior request from the stables staff.

Møllerup Gods is located in the scenic area of Mols Bjerge National Park, close to Aarhus Airport, Grenaa, Ebeltoft, Randers, and Aarhus. Holidays, parties, and conferences can take place in Hubertus Kroen, which can also be rented as a large holiday home. Hubertus Kroen has room for parties of 80 and accommodation for 30-40 people in 16 double rooms.

Every year in the month of July, the World Ballet (Verdensballet) is held on Møllerup gods. The open-air performance unifies ballet, opera, and music with established ballet dancers from The Royal Ballet in London. You can pre-order a gourmet menu on Hubertus Kroen or a picnic basket, which can be enjoyed in the park, that opens at 4.30 pm. The performance starts at 8 pm. The park opens at 4 pm.

Address

Møllerupvej 24

8410 Rønde

Opening hours

01 Jan 20 / 31 Dec 20

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun

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