The Museum at Sønderborg Castle
Learn more about the history and cultural heritage of South Jutland with a visit to the Museum Sønderjylland in the historic setting of Sønderborg Castle
Sønderborg Castle is the setting for many historical events. At the castle you can experience princely chambers from the 16th century, including the great knight's hall and Queen Dorothea's chapel, which is the oldest preserved Renaissance room in the Nordic region.
The castle also has exhibitions of historical collections, especially the history of Southern Jutland after 1800, as well as the Schleswig Wars, the Reunification in 1920, World War I and cultural history, especially from Sundeved and the island of Als.
The café in the old castle kitchen is open in July-August and during the school holidays in weeks 7 and 42. During this period, food and drinks can be enjoyed in the castle park. During the rest of the year, you can enjoy packed lunches in the castle kitchen and refreshments can be purchased at the ticket office.
The museum shop is located in connection with the ticket office and offers a wide selection of historical literature and souvenirs.