Gråsten Palace was built as a hunting palace in the 1500s. In 1925 it was given to Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Ingrid as a wedding present and has since belonged to Queen Margrethe II. The walls of the castle church have been extravagantly covered in paintings. Outside the Palace is a superb garden where the National Apple of Denmark, the Gråsten Apple, originates from. As of summer 2020, you will also be able to visit the kitchen gardens, if the royal family are not in residence.