Græsted is a railway town located just north of Gribskov in Gribskov Municipality. It is an ancient town where the oldest area around the church, the reservoir and the inn boasts a distinct village character.
Græsted, originally named Gresholdt, is first mentioned in the Esrum Abbey book in 1299. The railway had a significant impact on Græsted’s development, so it is only natural that North Sealand’s vintage train is based at Græsted Station. The vintage train runs all summer long and again around Christmas time and is a popular experience for train enthusiasts of all ages.
The Græsted Vintage Car Rally during Pentecost is an annual event that’s put Græsted firmly on the map. Here you’ll find mechanical fun and nostalgia for the whole family, with vintage cars, steam engines, American cars, tractor pulls and old-fashioned Danish craftsmanship.
Nearby, Esrum Abbey and Møllegård is an interesting family attraction with exhibitions, medicinal herb gardens, a nature playground and multiple activities. It was originally an impressive monastic complex with connections to all of Europe. Today, only a tenth of the buildings remain, but they are still fascinating.
North Sealand is filled with amazing experiences in art, culture and history. And you can enjoy them all in and around Græsted.
Nordsjællands Veterantog - the Northsealand Vintage Trains - a nostalgic experience.For 40 years, Nordsjællands Veterantog has been a festive element anywhere on the North Sealand and Greater Copenhagen railways.Every summer the steam and vintage trains take cosy trips around North Sea...
You are right in the middle of breathtaking nature close to Gribskov, Lake Esrum and the drained Lake Søborg. Cycling Route 33 connects you with Hillerød and Gilleleje, and the Pilgrimage Route Tisvildevejen winds languidly through the landscape.
Here you will find useful information for planning and use during your vacation.
Find opening hours at the tourist information, plan your holiday, see the map of the city, how to get around by public transport, read the large holiday magazine for North Sealand, and where to rent a bike? Get answers to this and more here.