See all of our ancient monuments here.
Lyt til Kunsten
Med Lyt til Kunsten i Nyborg får du en lokal lydoplevelse, der tager dig med ind i kunstens verden, mens du står der.
The Triton fountain is located on Nørretorv.
The fountain was donated in 1928 by Nyborg Tourist Association. It is made by sculptor Axel Poulsen.
Dolmens of Lindeskov, prehistoric monument
In the area of Lindeskov are a number of dolmens and one passage grave from the Neolithic Age, 3500 b.c.
The Ancient Monuments at Lykkesholm
The Lykkesholm Estate nestles in beautiful scenery at the far end of a valley, by a lake surrounded by woodland.
Town Gate in Nyborg
The Town Gate assumed its present form in 1666 under King Frederik III. With its 40 meters it is Denmark's longest barrel vault.
With its 25 meters and 7 floors with mill lofts, “Dyrehave Mølle" (Mill) is one of Denmark’s highest windmills. It was built in 1858 and consists of around 1 million bricks.
Degnens Høj, Teacher's Hill
"Degnens Høj" (teacher's hill) was created in the middle of the 18th century by Hans Hansen, the teacher of Skellerup School, in order to illustrate to his pupils the hardships of the Israelites durin...
The Water Tower on the Queen's Bastion
In 1899, the water tower on the Queen's Bastion was designed by architect Emil Swanenflügel from Odense.
Nyborg's old fortress ramparts and Denmark's longest fortress gate (40 m.) bear witness to this very day of some 800 years of defence of the country's ancient capital (ca. 1200-1413)
A monument in honour of Peter Jensen Bredal, who was a Danish naval officer and later became a captain in 1644 and fought in the naval battles at Falsterbo and Møn in 1657.
The Crown Prince's Bastion in Nyborg
22 The Crown Prince's Bastion
Like the two other large bastions this was part of the fortress installations from the 1660s, and is still fairly well preserved. It contained the military drill square...
Gammelborg near Nyborg
Gammelborg is Nyborg's predecessor. It is believed that Gammelborg was located near Vindinge and the castle and town has been dated to the early Germanic Iron Age (5th century).
Korsbrødregården in Nyborg
Unlike many other market towns in medieval Denmark Nyborg never had a monastery. The town, however, had a foundation of the Korsbrødre (whose monks wore black robes with a white c...