its surroundings. Gammel Estrup the Manor Museum welcomes many visitors each year and works day in day out to convey information about all aspects of life in the Danish manor houses. Gammel Estrup - manor museum lays beautiful placed on north Djursland by Auning, and the manors is one of Denmarks best preserved Renaissance castles. Following the 600-year history of the noble families Brock and Scheel at Gammel Estrup provides us with a unique insight into the ups and downs of the the noble owners of one of Denmarks largest manor houses: a manor house steeped in tradition. The is just 15 km by road to the north. The many general stores and supermarkets - as well as hotels, restaurants, and bars - offer opportunities to make a living here. The, which shows contemporary glass art from all over the world, was established in 1985 by Ebeltoft glass artists Finn Lynggaard and his wife, Tchai Munch.