The Deer Park, Copenhagen, Dyrehaven in Danish, is home to over 2,000 free-roaming red, fallow and sika deer inside a UNESCO world heritage forest. Some of the oak trees are over 800 years old, but there`s more than just nature. Inside the park, there`s Bakken, the world`s oldest operating amusement park and The Hermitage, a royal hunting lodge constructed in 1736. And it`s possible to take a horse-drawn carriage ride or bicycle through the forest. When the trees are bare, you`re very likely to spot deer in the distance, and if you`re lucky, you might get close to a herd while walking around Dyrehaven. No matter what time of year you visit Dyrehaven, there`s always something to see and do.
You can visit Dyrehaven (The Deer Park) from Helsingor.