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Rosenborg Slot

  • Øster Voldgade 4A Map It
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Updated 11/14/2013

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The Dutch Renaissance Rosenborg Castle contains ballrooms, halls, and reception chambers, but for all of its grandeur there's an intimacy that makes you think the king might return any minute. Thousands of objects are displayed, including beer glasses, gilded clocks, golden swords, family portraits, a pearl-studded saddle, and gem-encrusted tables; the underground treasury contains the crown jewels. The castle's setting is equally welcoming: it's in the middle of the Kongens

Have (King's Garden), amid lawns, park benches, and shady walking paths.

King Christian IV built Rosenborg Castle as a summer residence but loved it so much that he ended up living here until his death. In 1849, when the absolute monarchy was abolished, all the royal castles became state property, except for Rosenborg, which is still passed down from monarch to monarch.

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Øster Voldgade 4A, Copenhagen, 1350, Denmark

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Sight Details:

  • DKr 80
  • Castle and Treasury: June–Aug. daily 10–5, Sept.–Oct. daily 10–4. Castle: Nov.–mid-Dec., Tues.–Sun. 11–2. Treasury: Nov.–mid-Dec., Tues.–Sun. 11–4.

Updated 11/14/2013


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Jan 27, 2014


I like Rosenborg Slot, it is a pretty nice castle. I'm a student and found student discount atøbenhavn/Rosenborg-slot - it is nice to get at little discount on the entrance fee.

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Oct 5, 2011

Rosenborg Slot Review

Interesting, but not overwhelming. Probably better with a more detailed guidebook than mine with 2 pages about the slot. There were some interesting clocks and thrones. Some of the displays, such as china, seemed quite odd. I always enjoy seeing the jewels! Only a short visit required.

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