Dallund is first mentioned in 1340 and was in the possession of the Bryske family until 1614 and later, from 1792 to 1915, by the Blixen-Finecke family.

The east and north wings of the main building were originally built in about 1540. The staircase tower dates from an extension of the north wing in 1634 and the east wing was altered in about 1723. The two east facing lateral wings were designed by Niels Sigfred Nebelong and built in 1849.

The listed main building and the garden are owned by a self-owning institution under the municipalities on Funen. It houses the Dallund Rehabilitation Centre, a project under the Danish Cancer Foundation.



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Founded: 1540
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Denmark
Historical period: Early Modern Denmark (Denmark)

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Connie Bøtcher (14 months ago)
Dejligt sted at gå tur med hunden. Kan selvfølgelig også godt nyde en gåtur uden hund
Thomas Thode (2 years ago)
Ærgerligt at det er blevet så privat
Bo Rydbjerg (2 years ago)
Der er ikke offentlig adgang til slottet, men der er en fantastisk dejlig gåtur rundt om Dallund Sø.
Bente Skønnemann (2 years ago)
Et dejligt område til en god gåtur. Meget synd, at de nye ejere af Dallund Slot, har klistret området til med ADGANG FORBUDT - privat område. Det tager magien fra stedet og pludselig vader vi langs en trafikeret vej, i stedet for at kunne nyde Slottets park. Nye folk, nye skikke
Patrick Hrdlicka (4 years ago)
Hidden gem. Nice walk around the lake. Very nice park area with beautiful tress near the castle. There is a bird-viewing tower and a place where you can barbeque.
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