Plenty to see with many of the items still in use by the current Royal family.Make sure you also go downstairs to see the Crown Jewels.
Arrive early when it opens to beat the crowds and prepare to spend a couple of hours browsing the rooms of this magnificent castle. So much to see all topped off by a visit to the Armoury & Treasury where you can see the Danish Royal Family Crown Jewels. As a bonus you may get…
A reasonably sized castle with an interesting history explained by a knowledgeable and welcoming guide. Not as lavish as other European castles, but has a quaintness and charm very characteristic of Nordic architecture. Entry allocated by time slot so it was not overcrowded.
Good place to visit and if you are interested in history then must visit. The location was awesome and the greenary in and around the castle looks stunning. Go and have pics. Free entry with Copenhagen card.
Recommend downloading the guide as there’s some interesting (and funny) things inside the rooms. The prank farting chair was an unusual object. Check out the giant his and hers travel clocks! The portrait that had both him and her was really different to. I’d definitely go again.