Discover Helsingør – Private Walking Tour
Welcome to our 2-hour private walking tour, where we’ll explore some of the most captivating sites in Helsingør. Our journey begins at St. Mary’s Church and Carmelite Monastery, an architectural marvel with a rich history dating back to the 15th century. We’ll then pass by The Culture Yard, a vibrant cultural center. Next, we will discover the National Maritime Museum of Denmark, housed in a former dry dock, where you can delve into the maritime heritage of the country and marvel at impressive ship models and nautical artifacts. Lastly, we’ll explore the legendary Kronborg Slot, also known as Hamlet’s Castle, which holds an intriguing blend of history and Shakespearean tales. Throughout the tour, your private guide will share fascinating stories and insights, ensuring a memorable and personalized experience as you uncover the best of Helsingør’s history, culture, and maritime legacy.
- Professional local tour guide
- National Maritime Museum of Denmark Entrance Fee 17 Euros
- Kronborg Castle Entrance Fee 11 - 19.50 Euros
Route & Duration
St. Mary's Church and Carmelite Monastery
The St. Mary's Church was founded in 1430 as a Carmelite friary in Helsingør. Today, it character as one of the best-preserved cloisters in Scandinavia. The priories, the church, and the chapter house are venues throughout the time for musicals and lectures
The Culture Yard
Kulturvaerftet, also known as the Culture Yard in English, is a cultural center that was established in 2010 in the building of the former Helsingør Værft or Elsinore Shipyard. It is designed to offer a variety of cultural experiences to residents and visitors that consists of space dedicated to concerts, theater, performances, events, and exhibitions (Outside visit)
National Maritime Museum of Denmark
One of the top places to explore Denmark's seafaring legacy with collections dedicated to the country's rich maritime history. It collects Danish trade and shipping from the 15th century to the present, which are displayed through model ships since 1880, several thousand paintings, and over 33,000 photographs
Visit one of the world’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Kronborg Castle is the setting of Shakespeare's Hamlet and the top tourist attraction in Helsingor. Kronborg is one of Northern Europe's most important Renaissance castles, having been included on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000. One fascinating feature is that the castle contains a chapel within its gates
By the main entrance of St. Mary's Church (Sct Anna Gade 38, 3000 Helsingør, Denmark) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.