When you visit Skjoldenæsholm you are close to the two trading towns of Roskilde and Ringsted. On the other side of the road you will find Denmark's longest museum - The Tramway Museum and Skjoldenæsholm Golf Center. In Roskilde you have the opportunity to expand your historical experience with a visit to eg. The Viking Ship Museum, Roskilde Cathedral, enjoy a walk along the harbor or on the cozy pedestrian street with a large selection of shops. In Ringsted you will find a large outlet center with a varied selection of shops, many with international brands.
Denmarks longest museum, Skjoldenæsholm Tramway Museum, has running trams and trains from each of the Danish Railway cities, as well as from several foreign cities. Both in Copenhagen, Odense and Aarhus, every girl and boy's dream was to become a operator on a tram when they became "big". www.sporvejsmuseet.dk
Whether you are a professional golfer or never tried to play golf before, Skjoldenæsholm Golf Center is worth a visit when you stay at the Manor - Skjoldenæsholm Hotel and Conference Center. From the manor you have a view of hole 18 and there is therefore ample opportunity to combine a unique stay in beautiful surroundings with a round of golf or two.
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Roskilde and Ringsted offer a rich trading life, cultural events, and historic sites worth a visit when you are at Skjoldenæsholm. We are located between the two cities and it is therefore easy to take the car to complete your stay with a visit to eg. The Viking Ship Museum or in the Cathedral. If you would like to shop, we can recommend Ringsted Outlet Center.
Ringsted 15 km / Roskilde 25 km
Skjoldenæsholm Castle in Denmark (a 1 hour drive from Copenhagen), is the ultimate getaway destination if you need to unwind completely. The peaceful surroundings, the impressive history and the exquisite food welcomes guests from near and far – if it sounds like a fairytale, that’s exactly what it is!
The manor with several hundred year's of history has a unique atmosphere. It was a breathtaking experience to draw away the curtains and see two swans sliding over the lake in the morning haze.