|Veteran Car Museum
A good day can be spent at the 460 year old Egeskov Castle and grounds. The Castle buildings surrounded by a fabulous moat have furniture and period clothes relating to the family that has lived here since 1784. The other out buildings contains a huge collection of vintage vehicles and motorbikes and a handful of aircraft. The veteran car museum was opened in 1967. The aircraft collection has changed over past decades and are packed into reduced areas of what was a very large barn, I think. Adjacent to the buildings housing the aircraft is a grass landing strip.
The museum is open daily from mid-April to mid-October but please visit the official website to get the precise opening timings.
|1953 de Havilland Canada DHC-1 Chipmunk (P-127) Royal Danish Air Force.|
|Left to right: SAAB F-35 Draken (A-012) Royal Danish Air Force,
DHC-1 Chipmunk (P-127) Royal Danish Air Force,
1943 Noorduyn AT-16 Harvard IIB (31-324 '324') Royal Danish Air Force, it was delivered to Royal Canadian Air Force as FT380.
|Left to right: de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moth (marked as 'NL913' it is really NL993 registered OY-BAK ex G-AOFR and SE-COX) it crashed in 1967,
Lockheed CF-104 Starfighter (R-814) Royal Danish Air Force,
Sud Aviation SE-3160 Alouette III (M-388) it was used by Royal Danish Navy for SAR duties in Greenland.