The main house at Erholm is completely intergrated in the surrounding park – one of Denmarks best preserved manor house parks in the English romantic landscape style.
The park was designed by the Royal Head Gardener, Rudolf Rothe during the years 1850 to 1854. Rothe was given favourable conditions to create one of the most beautiful romantic landscape gardens of the times.
Rothe utilized the rolling hills of the north Fynen farmland creating a unique and harmonious park comprising of sloping lawns, curving pathways, beautiful lakes with canals as well as dominating groups of shrubs and trees. Many of the trees are exotic species which, in combination with northern European species, add complexity to the garden in the form of color, texture and the play of light and shadow.
The park is open from sunrise to sunset
Entrance fee is 20 kr
- Castle and Manor House gardens
- Car parking - Parking – Spaces 25 cars
- Bus parking - Parking for 2 busses
- Toilets - No
- Handicap toilets - No
- Brochures / information - Yes - at the entrance
- Café / restaurant / vending machine - No
- Picnic sites - No
- Guided tours - No
- Shop - No
- Benches in the garden - Yes
- Dogs welcome - Yes, on a lead, remember poop bags