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Førslevgaard, open garden

A beautiful park with large old trees, small lakes and two avenues. Originally the garden was landscaped in rococo style by landscape architect Glæsel and later landscape architect Torben Michelsen laid out new plantation. The garden has a pavilion designed by the architect Arnold Krog - the former leader of the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory. The pavilion was built in Liselund style.

The land is still being cultivated meaning that large agricultural machines are being used. All traffic is at the visitors’ own risk.