The attractive Dutch Renaissance style Rosenborg Castle was
designed by King Christian IV and served as his home until he died
in 1648. Today the Castle is an important cultural institution,
acting as a public museum detailing the history of Denmark's royal
family as well as acting as repository for the Crown Jewels and
royal regalia, which are kept in the castle cellars and can be
viewed by the public. The magnificent castle gardens are a welcome
retreat from the city hustle and bustle.
Address: Ã?ster Voldgade 4 Website: www.rosenborg-slot.dk Email: email@example.com Telephone: 3315 3286 Opening Time: Open daily from 10am to 4pm/5pm during summer, and
from 11am to 3pm during winter. Closed 17-26 December. Times can
vary month to month so consult website for specific
dates. Admission: Entry to the gardens is free. The castle: DKK 75
(adults); children under 17 free.
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