Discovering Rosenborg Castle, Copenhagen

Rosenborg Castle is a great destination when visiting Copenhagen. Access to the garden is free and picture worthy or you can visit  castle for a reasonable price. We paid around $ 17.00cad each to visit the castle and the Treasure of Rosenborg’s, where you can see the Crown Jewels and other beautiful Danish Royal Jewel collections.

According Wikipedia, Rosenborg is a renaissance castle that was originally built as a country summerhouse in 1606 and is an example of Christian IV’s many architectural projects.

You can always try to go with a guided tour to understand the history behind of the castle, rooms and each piece of art displayed inside.  Otherwise, you can connect the Free wifi and get an online webpage where you will have access to the history by checking the “Numbers” displayed next to each piece in exposition. Since we were on a budget, this is what we did and it was really cool.

We spent hours walking inside the castle, visiting each rooms.  Make sure to visit the basement, where you'll find the Queens’ Crown.

You will need to leave your belongings (handbags, backpacks etc) in a locker at the main entrance.  You will need to pay for the locker, conveniently located inside the souvenir shop.

Our Ratings
Serge: 5  Eli:  5

Recommend: Yes.  It's a great area and a really beautiful castle to visit.  Great for outdoor pictures on a sunny day and hours to hide inside on a rainy day.

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