(text from www.slotte-herregaarde.dk)
Graasten Castle Gardens is an English-inspired landscaped garden, which in summer presents visitors with
a sumptuous floral display, im-pressive perennial beds and rose beds. Most of the plants were introduced from abroad and their planting was designed by Her Majesty Queen Ingrid herself. When the Royal Family is not in residence, the gardens are open at designated opening hours, apart from the Garden
at The Little House which is reserved for the royal family. The Graasten Palace Chapel is the only part of the palace offering access to the public.
Sights & attractions: Palace Chapel, Perennial beds, Rose beds
Dogs: Must be kept on a lead
Distances in km: Sønderborg 15
DSB railway: Gråsten Station 1.5
Season: 01.01.-31.12.: Every day - When the Royal Family is not residing - inquire at the Palace.
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