Northern Jutland (Danish: Nørrejylland) is a historical region in Denmark, defined as Jutland north of the Kongeå (with the region south of the Kongeå called Southern Jutland (Sønderjylland)). As with other historical regions of Denmark, Northern Jutland had its own ting assembly in the Middle Ages, seated in Viborg.
- a Samsø was historically grouped with Zealand, and was thus not included in Northern Jutland. Samsø was moved into the new Aarhus County in 1970, and that county was merged with neighboring areas to become the Central Jutland region in 2007. For this reason, everything in Central Jutland except for Samsø is part of the historical Northern Jutland.