Remkolde Jættestue is a passage grave dating back to the Neolithic era located on the Danish island of Zealand. The tomb is located out in a field and is visible from the road. Very little of the mound remains today but some of the megalithic stones used in the construction remain today. The remains consist of the ruined remains of the passage. The four capstones remain but have all fallen down and the support stones are also largely there. No sign of the passage.