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Aalborghus Slot (Aalborg Castle) is placed in green surroundings, a stones throw from the harbour front and with Toldbod Plads. All year around between 8-21 you can enjoy a walk through the beautiful castle park and at specific dates you can visit...more
Interesting old building complex. Not what you normally picture as a castle as it was built in half timber Tudor style and is open ended toward the city. They do have old dungeons that apparently were used to house prisoners.
They had a “Viking Market”...More
We did a tour around this castle with a tour guide. We only got to look inside at the dungeon (in the corner). We were told that the castle ran out of water during a war so the inhabitants had to surrender after only two...More
This so called Fort in just an over size barn old but nice, in the grounds a group of guys put an a show dressed in Viking clothes and trying to sell some products they were very good worth 15 minutes at the best.
We too did the walking tour with Viking and what made the whole visit to this city worthwhile, in my opinion, is that it has interesting sights and stories AND is also still a lived in place ( it has not become a tourist ghetto....hope...More
We toured the Aalborghus Castle w/ entertainment by local 'Vikings' - it was all in good fun and we got to try mead and some snacks from the Viking period. This was part of a very good walking tour of Aalborg that was an included...More
We visited with a tour group (Viking Cruises) and were entertained by ‘Vikings’. The usual tourist nonsense but it was good fun. We then walked through to see the rest of the building from the outside. We were shown the dungeon but there’s so little...More
The castle is not open for tours but the dungeon is (for a fee). Considered to be "Early Modern," this mid-1500's collection of buildings is half-timbered and resembles a Swiss chalet complex than what normally comes to mind when the word "castle" is included in...More
This was the first building we saw when our ship docked and the last stop on our guided walking tour (five minute walk from ship). We did not enter the building but spent time on the grounds. On the day we visited (may be permanent)...More