Until the Reformation in 1536, it belonged to the episcopal see at Børglum, then it came under the crown, until the castle in 1560 was handed over to Admiral Otte Rud and Mrs. Pernille Oxe.
After her husband's death, she built a major renaissance facility, of which the main building remains, although it has been rebuilt several times since.
Since 1723, Sæbygård Castle has been in the possession of the Arenfeldt family, until in 1988 it was transformed into a foundation under Sæby Museum.
The castle is set up as a museum with guided tours every Wednesday in July.
September - May: Open by appointment.
Guided tours are unfortunately not possible on weekends due to rentals for private purposes.
Contact: www.saebygaardsvenner.dk firstname.lastname@example.org
Access for members of Sæbygaard's Friends:
Upon presentation of a valid membership card, free admission to Sæbygaard's Museum Department during opening hours is provided for the individual member.