Brundlund Castle may be Denmark’s smallest castle, but it’s certainly not the dullest. Quite the opposite, in fact. Here you’ll find successive art exhibitions with focus on artists that were born or grew up in Sønderjylland. The art collection at the castle consists of several thousand works dating from the 18th century until present day. The primary works are those produced by C.W. Eckersberg and C.A. Lorentzen.
There are only shifting exhibitions at the castle, so if you visit at intervals, there will always be something new to see. Efforts are made to make the museum appealing to all ages, and many of the exhibitions will thus contain items that are of interest to children.
According to curator Kathrine Kampe, artists from Sønderjylland are often overlooked in Danish art history, an oversight that they’re trying to remedy at Brundlund Castle.