Due to the extension of the COVID-19 restrictions, Esrum Abbey will remain closed for visitors
Thursday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm.
Esrum Abbey & Millyard will be closed for holidays from Monday the 14th of December 2020
We reopen on Monday the 14th of January 2021
Esrum Abbey & Millyard, Klostergade 11-12, Esrum, 3230 Græsted
email@example.com, Tel. +45 48 36 04 00
Adults: 85 DKK // Children under 18: Free entrance
Please take note of special/other prices and opening hours for other activities.
You can be at risk of being led to Klostergade in the town of Esrum you are are using your GPS. There is no parking here! The Millyard, on the other hand, has parking and you can get to it by Frederiksværksvej (route 205). There’s clear signage on the gravel road leading up to the parking spot.
By Bus and Train
From Copenhagen through Elsinore: take the Coast Line to Elsinore and from there take the bus route 362 to Esrum. Get off at the old tavern in Esrum town.
From Copenhagen through Hillerød: take the S-train to Hillerød, and from there the local line 940R towards Gilleleje. Get off at Mårum Station and take bus route 362 to Esrum. Get off at the old tavern in Esrum town.
By Bus, Train and on Foot
From Copenhagen through Elsinore/Hillerød: take the Coast Line to Elsinore or the S-train to Hillerød, and from there, follow the Santiago pilgrimage route to Esrum. You could possibly come from Elsinore, stay a night in Esrum, and go home through Hillerød.
From Copenhagen through Hillerød: take the S-train to Hillerød, and from there the local line 940R towards Gilleleje. Get off at Mårum Station and walk the rest of the scenic 4.6 kilometres in natural beauty.
You can also get off at Kragerup station and find your way through the forest of Gribskov.
By Boat or Canoe
Go to Fredensborg (local line 930R) and walk to Esrum Lake. Here you will find canoe rentals and Fredensborg Boating. Both are ways to bring you and your company to the other side of Esrum Lake. Esrum Abbey is a 15 minute walk from there.