Rosenborg Castle was built by Christian IV (1606-34) in Renaissance style. The castle has an almost fairytale-like location in Kongens Have. Rosenborg was originally a country mansion outside the walls of the city. The castle with its copper roof is surrounded by moats, and just outside the castle you'll find a very beautiful rose garden. The most characteristic things about Rosenborg are its many richly decorated rooms. Ever since the absolutist monarchy, Rosenborg has also been the home of the royal crown jewels. Rosenborg also functions as a museum on the Royal Family. For security reasons, electricity has never been installed. Admission fees: DKK65 for adults, DKK40 for students and pensioners, and DKK20 for children. Rosenborg is closed on Mondays, and from 17 to 27 December.
Times & Dates
Approx. 11am-4pm: Hours vary by season - check website forcurrent hours
Schedule varies throughout the year. Special hours during the holidays; check the official website for a detailed schedule of hours.
Average Wait Time:
There is a fee to take your own photos.
Under 18 free, Groups of 12+
Indoor with no climate control.
Infants/Toddlers (0-3yrs), Children (4-8yrs), Pre-teen (9-12yrs), Teen, Adult, Senior
Ages that would most enjoy this attraction:
Children (4-8yrs), Pre-teen (9-12yrs), Teen, Adult, Senior
Groups that would most enjoy this attraction:
Couples, Families, Friends, Groups, Solo Travelers
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Notes: It is very easy and convenient to walk to this attraction.
Parking Availability: No
Average Price per Hour: $5-$10