Rosenborg Castle#5 in Best Things To Do in Copenhagen
Located west of Frederiksstaden, Rosenborg Castle was constructed during the Dutch Renaissance and completed in 1633 by King Christian IV. Today, visitors can see how the royal lived during that time, including the speaking tubes (the medieval version of intercom systems), the dining halls and the chamber where the king died in 1648.
A favorite of past visitors was the castle's collection of Danish crown jewels. Many also raved about the property's superb architecture, though some wished there was more information displayed in each exhibit. Others suggested saving time for relaxing in the on-site garden.
You can tour Rosenborg Castle for 110 Danish kroner (about $18); children ages 17 and younger can peruse for free. Those with the Copenhagen Card receive free admission as well. Hours vary by season, but on most days, the property opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 3 or 4 p.m. During select months, the castle is not open on Mondays. Parking is not available on-site, but you'll find other amenities, such as a cafe, a gift shop and restrooms. To get to the property, you can walk from the Round Tower, take one of several buses or travel by metro to Nørreport station. Additional information about Rosenborg Castle can be found on its official website.
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