From April 30 until September 26
Garden: 10 am – 6 pm
Café and shop: 11 am – 5 pm
Every day from April 30 to October 20 – by agreement with the café only.
Christmas: Every day from November 26 to December 19.
Monday to Thursday minimum 30 people. From Monday to Thursday you can experience the beautiful Christmas gardens, and of course cozy café and large gift shop are open too.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday we also have stalls and children’s activities in the Christmas barn.
October 16 to October 24 – open 11 am to 5 pm.
Saturday October 23 – open from 11 am to 7 pm.
Friday, Saturday and Sunday:
November 26, 27 and 28.
December 3, 4 and 5.
December 10, 11 and 12.
December 17, 18 and 19.
Open from 2 pm to 7 pm.
Adults: 105 DKK
Senior citizens 65+: 95 DKK
Children 2-12 years old: 75 DKK
Groups of 15 and more: 90 DKK
Groups of 35 and more: 85 DKK
2 adults and up to 3 children only: 310 DKK
Buy your ticket when you arrive.
Adults: 210 DKK
Children 2-12 years old: 150 DKK
Senior citizens 65+: 190 DKK special offer 2021
Family season pass:
2 adults and up to 3 children only 620 DKK.
NB: Season pass apply for summer, Halloween and Christmas. There must be ID, so we can see that the card belongs to you.
You can of course buy season pass when you arrive at Birkegårdens Haver. But you can also buy season pass in the store before you leave and get your ticket refunded in the price.
Adults : 90 DKK
Senior citizens 65+: 80 DKK
Children 2- 12 years old: 75 DKK
Groups of 15 and more: 70 DKK.
Groups of 35 and more: 65 DKK
Facilities and accessibility
Birkegårdens Haver is arranged as accessible as possible. The garden is landscaped with wide paths. Be aware that the substrate varies, from hard gravel to paths with small stones.
There is plenty of room for wheelchairs to get around in the café area and in the shop. And we have 2 large disabled toilets.
Wheelchairs and rollators
You can borrow wheelchairs and rollators for free. If you want to make sure there is a vacancy, you can book at +45 58 26 01 41.
The accompanying card, issued by Danish Disability Organizations, allows you to include your helper for free.
Dogs are not allowed in Birkegårdens Haver, except for guide dogs.
Shaded parking spaces are reserved for cars with dogs. Remember that it gets very hot inside the car even on days when the sun only shines a little. There is a special area where you can walk your dog.
Guide dogs are always welcome!
Special day where you can bring your dog:
Maj 16, June 20, July 18, August 22, and September 12.
The dogs must of course be on a leash and you must remember to pick up after your dog!
There are several picnic areas. Two of them are with grill. Open the map and see the picnic areas.
You will find toilets by the shop and the Café Klokkeblomst. Two of these are disabled toilets.
Note the various hand-painted decorations all made by Merry Sørensen.
You are welcome to breastfeed your child in the gardens of Birkegården.
At the end of the shop, you will find a nice room where you can breastfeed, change a diaper, and the toddlers can play.
At the disabled toilets at the Café Klokkeblomst, you will find another diaper changing station.
Trolleys can be borrowed free of charge. Only 1 trolleys are available per family.
Birkegårdens Haver is the ideal destination for both large and small groups. You can experience our 5 beautiful gardens – from Denmark’s largest Japanese garden to Denmark’s most beautiful permaculture garden. In Café Tinkerbell we have room for most groups.
Café Tinkerbell, Birkegården’s cozy cafe, seats 70 people inside, 50 people in the conservatory, and 50 seats on the covered – open terrace.
Write us an email and learn more; email@example.com.
Opening hours for groups
Birkegårdens Haver is open for groups from April 30th and by appointment until October 24th. Birkegårdens Haver welcomes groups of all sizes. Opening hours at the top of the page.
Is announced no later than 8 days before the agreed date.
If you forgot some of your things, you can contact Birkegården on e-mail and ask for lost items or call the shop +45 58 26 01 41.
The story behind Birkegaarden
In 1970, Finn Sørensen bought Birkegården, which was then a small farmhouse with 10 pigs. From 1972 to 1978 they expanded the farm with land and buildings, so they ended up with 100 dairy cows and breeding.
Merry originally had neither special knowledge nor interest in plants but she had creativity and color sense.
It all started with Finn wishing for a small lake. The lake was excavated at an existing watering hole, and they laid lawn all the way from the farmhouse down to the lake. More and more people stopped and asked if they could see the garden. Then the interest in plants started and they built the Danish-English garden, which was opened for the public on July 1, 1996.
It became a great success, and already in 1997, they established the Japanese garden. In 1998, the Meditation Garden and Sandhaven were built. Later they built the convent garden, the prairie garden, and the latest garden, which is the self-sufficiency garden – a permaculture garden.
Today there are only pets on the farm. The dairy cows were sold off in two stages, back in 1999 and 2001. In 1999, half of the stables were converted into a 200 m2 large store.
In recent years, Birkegårdens Haver has developed itself to not only be for guests with garden interest, but also for families with small and large children.
We hope you will enjoy a day in the beautiful, exciting and soothing environment!