Winding Paths, vast lawns, woods, lakes and flower beds blending uniquely with the South Jutland landscape - that is Gråsten Palace Gardens in a nutshell.
The profusion of flowers is also magnificent. Queen Ingrid loved flowers and left a profound mark in the gardens, making them a vivid example of contemporary Royal landscape gardening.
Queen Margrethe carries on her parents longstanding tradition of using Gråsten Palace as a summer residence. Today the queen has her say in the Gardens colour scheme and selection of plants.
The official opening hours of the garden;
November to February 7.30-16.30
May to September 7.30-20
Guided tours for groups through the garden and the in the church can be booked at Sønderborg Tourist Office.
Residence in the summer of 2021
Gråsten Palace Garden will be closed to the public from 21 June. The opening date in August will be announced as soon as this is known.
NB. When the royal family is in residence at Gråsten Palace, the Royal Kitchen Garden will still be open.