Skanderborg Castle Church
Take a walk in the past
The present church consists of a long nave with a round tower with a conical, copper spire. The tower was originally one of the castle’s corner towers.
Below the church in the castle’s old wine cellar a crypt has been established with four glass mosaics by the sculptor V. Foersom Hegndal.
A variety of the original furniture in noble renaissance can still be seen in the church.
The baptismal font from 1850 has been made after a drawing by Bindesbøll.
At the Slotsbanken, which is part of the royal gardens, a bust of Frederick the 6th by Thorvaldsen can be seen.
Please note: Summer concerts are held in Slotskirken.
NB: Please respect the ecclesiastical ceremonies on weekdays and during the weekends.
For further information about the church services, we kindly ask you to go to the church's own website: www.kirker-skanderborg.dk/