Nysted Jættestue is a passage grave dating back to the Neolithic era located on the Danish island of Lolland. The tomb is located out in a field but can be seen from a nearby farm track. Very little of the actual mound remains today but the megalithic stones used for the tomb are clearly visible. The remains consist of a burial chamber with three large capstones sitting upon twelve support stones. One large capstone has also fallen and now lies on the ground next to the chamber - making it four capstones in total.