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Castles, Royalty and Jewels in/near Copenhagen!

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After spending almost a month camping, swimming and enjoying friends and rural delights on the Danish Island of Bornholm, we'd like to "wow" our 9 year old daughter, who is a huge fan of castle/royalty/jewel themed stories.... We'll be visiting the Viking Ship Museum, Tivoli at night, and boat tour the Kanal too, but I'll figure that stuff out.

I'd like advice on which castle might impress the most (Frederiksborg?), keeping in mind that a young person isn't going to sustain interest in historical paintings, documents etc., but will likely get excited about crowns, gowns, ballrooms, royal coaches and the like... I seem to remember reading about a museum of royal coaches somewhere in Cph, but am appealing to the community in order to cut down lots of research time - and have the benefit of your first-hand experience... Thanks to all who reply!

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