The passage grave from the Neolithic era is located in the small town of Skibby on the Danish island of Zealand. The site is located on a field with trees growing around the actual passage grave itself. The mound covering the chamber is badly damaged due to ploughing. However, the chamber is now exposed and still clearly visible in the overgrown plot of land.
The passage grave is thought to have constructed between 3950 BC - 2801 BC.