Come face to face with precious jewels, royal crowns  and other treasures at this fairytale castle built by the renowned Danish King Christian IV more than 400 years ago.

Danish History From a Royal Perspective

At Rosenborg Castle, you can explore Danish history seen from a royal perspective.

Set in the beautiful King’s Garden, this Renaissance castle is a historic building with a fairytale feel, built by King Christian IV more than 400 years ago. It became the King’s favourite castle and formed the setting for his everyday life.

Today, Rosenborg Castle is a very special museum of cultural history. Here, history is presented in ways that amaze, move and fascinate the visitor. Right in the heart of the Danish capital.

The Long Hall with the thrones and silver lions

The Long Hall with the thrones and silver lions

Exhibitions at Rosenborg Castle

At Rosenborg Castle, you will see the splendours of the past reflected in its many rooms in which you will find some of Denmark’s greatest treasures on display.

Explore the Long Hall on the top floor with the narwhal throne guarded by three lions made of silver, and take a look at the magnificent crown jewels in the basement. These are just a few of the sumptuous treats that await you at the castle in the King's Garden.

In addition to the collections and displays, Rosenborg also offers guided tours and activities for children.

The Museum Shop

A souvenir, a gift or something new for your bookshelf? The museum shop at Rosenborg Castle has lots of enticing products on display. Here, you will find books, jewellery, postcards, notepads, sweets and Christmas decorations. And of course classic souvenirs like keychains and magnets.

When visiting Rosenborg Castle with a Parkmuseerne ticket, you will get a 10% discount in the museum shop on the day of your visit.

The museum shop at the Rosenborg Castle.


Address: Øster Voldgade 4A

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday: 11.00-16.00
Monday: Closed

Free admission with your Parkmuseerne-ticket
Adults: 130 DKK
Children under 18 years: Free admission

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