Gråsten Palace in Denmark is a popular excursion destination with the beautiful Palace Garden, designed by Queen Ingrid.
Gråsten Palace Gardens is an English-inspired landscape garden that sits beautifully and naturally in the South Jutland landscape. In the summer season great beds of roses and perennials are radiant with a wealth of colours.
When many people gather, suitable toilet conditions are important. Therefore, Gråsten Municipality has established new parking spaces and a brand new toilet building with two gender-neutral disabled-access toilets on the main street in Gråsten near the Palace.
The black facade provides a modern expression and fits well into nature. The roof is clad with sedum plants that can withstand both drought and heavy rain. Sedum roofs also play an important role in creating additional wildlife spaces in urban areas and in the conservation of rare or endangered species.