Visit the Hermitage
Dramatic hunts on sweaty horses and delightful banquets in the countryside. The Hermitage tells the exciting story of the royal hunts in Dyrehaven.
The royal hunting lodge was built far from the court in Copenhagen as a leisure palace where the king could host private hunting lunches. At The Hermitage you can easily imagine the sweaty horses and barking dogs of the time, as they chased the deer in the beautiful surrounding landscape. Join a guided tour and discover the history of the palace up until today and learn how the palace got its name.
Time and date
Unfortunately we are not conducting guided tours in English at The Hermitage at the moment.
Find you way
If you are traveling by train. Go to Klampenborg Station. From there it’s a beautiful 40 minute walk to the The Hermitage. It is possible to rent bikes or hire a horse drawn carriage ride to the castle.
If you are driving to The Hermitage by car, please note that driving in Dyrehaven is not allowed. Please use the nearest parking options Hjortekær or Trepilehus/P-plads Eremitagesletten. From there is a 20 – 30 minute walk to the castle.
Every Wednesday it is possible get all the way to the castle by car, if you have a blue disabled parking permit placed in your windshield. You can read more on The Danish Nature Agency’s website
If you have
difficulty walking or if you do disabled driving without a blue disabled
parking permit (i.e. for a nursing home), get in touch with us to hear more
about your options.
Contact the palace
Phone: +45 33 92 70 85