Rosenborg Castle Overview
Built in the year 1606 as a country summerhouse and showcasing the Dutch Renaissance style of architecture, the Rosenborg Castle is one of the most architecturally sound tourist places in Copenhagen. The main attraction of the castle is the Knight’s Hall where you can see three silver life-size guards, the coronation thrones, and the wall tapestries.

Some other things that you can see here are the crown jewels of Denmark, wax figures of former royal residents, a collection of Flora Danica, and the collection of one of the world’s best Venetian glasses.

Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København, Denmark

Entry fees:
DKK 120 per head for adults, free for children under 18
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