Part of the buildings
The Danish Museum of Hunting and Forestry ("Danish: Dansk Jagt- og Skovbrugsmuseum) is a state-owned museum in "Hørsholm exhibiting objects connected with the history of "hunting and "forestry in "Denmark. It is now closely associated with the UNESCO-listed "Par force hunting landscape in North Zealand.
The Par force hunting landscape in North Zealand was inscribed on the list of "UNESCO World Heritage Sites on 4 July 2015. Much of the preparatory work on the nomination was undertaken by "Jette Baagøe, director of the Museum of Hunting and Forestry and chair of the steering group which began work on the nomination in 2010. The museum is expected to be the site manager and principal coordinator of information and news about the Par Force heritage site. On the basis of the significant increase in visitors to Stevns Museum resulting from the inclusion of "Stevns Klint as a UNESCO heritage site in 2014, Baagøe expects more visitors to the museums of North Zealand, especially to the Hunting and Forestry Museum which has scheduled an exhibition devoted to the Par Force Hunting Landscape from October 2015.
The exhibitions consist of three collections: