The park grounds at Lundbygaard Manor are laid out in classic Romantic style, modelled on 19th century English garden traditions. Today the park features several stylistic elements of the romantic garden, including a burial mound, rune stone, beds of bulbs and elegant avenues of lime trees. The naturalistic, romantic style perfectly complements the architectural integrity of the manor.

In the centre of the 2-hectare lawn stands a 300-year-old red beech tree under which the different political partiesĀ previously celebrated its Constitution Meetings. This amazing tree has a circumference of 12 metres, and its replacement has already been planted next to it, ready to take over when the days of the red beech are over.

Inspired by his many travels, particularly to the USA, Bernt Johan Collet has introduced several unusual trees to the park over the past 40 years, creating a small arboretum.

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