In the centre of Kolding lies Jutland’s last royal castle, Koldinghus. Enter this fascinating castle renovated respecting the history underlying the Koldinghus we know today. Here, Danish kings stayed when they visited Jutland, and King Christian. 4 had his first day of school in one of the castle halls. Koldinghus contains history and myths dating back to the mid-1200s. Today, Koldinghus serves as a modern museum that conveys culture and history for both children and adults. Here are activities for children that include both playing and learning. Koldinghus contains collections that include interiors from the 1500s and up to the present time, Romanesque and Gothic church culture, older Danish arts and crafts with an emphasis on ceramics and silver. The newly restored wings are a world-class attraction that has been awarded the EUROPA NOSTRA prize.