Le château de Rosenborg (Rosenborg slot) se trouve au centre de la capitale danoise Copenhague. L'histoire de Rosenborg remonte à l'année 1606, lorsque Christian IV de Danemark acheta des terrains situés devant les murs du nord-est et fit aménager un jardin d'agrément (Kongens Have). Dans ce jardin fut ensuite construite une maison d'été de deux étages, terminée en 1607. Ce bâtiment original peut encore être vu aujourd’hui dans la partie sud du domaine de Rosenborg.
Entre 1613 et 1615, l'aile nord de Rosenborg fut construite et entre 1616 et 1624 un troisième étage et trois tours furent ajoutés. À partir de ce moment Christian IV appela son château Rosenborg. Avec la tour construite par l'architecte du roi Hans van Steenwinckel en 1634 sur la façade orientale, a été finalement atteinte la forme actuelle. Avec ses briques rouges, ses décorations de grès gris, ses pignons à volutes et ses proportions minces, le château de Rosenborg possède les traits architecturaux caractéristiques du style flamand et néerlandais de la Renaissance.
|Lundi||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Mardi||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Mercredi||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Jeudi||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Vendredi||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Samedi||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
|Dimanche||9:00 AM – 6:00 PM|
Anthony Kiong | janv. 19, 2018
This castle is well worth the price of admission. With the Copenhagen card it is free to enter. You need to get the ticket from the counter first. There are lockers for you to put your bags into. No big bags. There is also a gift shop. The collection of Knick knacks etc are huge and beautiful. The crown Jewels are on display also.
Michael Thompson | janv. 6, 2018
A really great few hours surrounded by fantastic artefacts and stunning paintings. My favourite part was the ground floor where the royal jewels are on display. Some of the pieces are still in use by her majesty the Queen of Denmark and many of it dates back to previous centuries. No matter the age, this is a great location to entertain the whole family and learn about the Danish Royal Family and how they live. Would consider this one of the top attractions that we visitors over the course of our visit to Denmark. Would most certainly return.
Daniel Sánchez | janv. 17, 2018
Very interesting place to learn about the danish history. There are many collections of art, jewels, weapons and other objects in this place, some of them many centuries old. I recommend to have a guide able to explain and give you details about the collections and the place itself, as to be able to fully enjoy the visit. Advice: If you come from a country with a royal tradition this will probably not impress you that much, unless of course you are an enthusiastic about the topic.
Eleonora Ellie | févr. 26, 2018
Beautiful castle located in the heart of king's garden! It's pretty cool and big enough for a warm visit!! They have a locker where you must leave your stuff. It's close to Botanical garden that it's free!
Jonathan Entwisle | févr. 14, 2018
The former residence of the kings of Denmark. It is a fairly impressive castle, although more a palace than a castle. The exhibits throughout have a wide variety of objects from the royal history. There is a downloadable audio guide available that takes you through some of the more interesting points. The thrown room at the top and the treasury in the basement are very impressive. Quite expensive to get in though.
Shaun Maloney | avr. 1, 2018
Amazing castle. More modern than most I've visited though. Amazing artworks and statues. The throne room is a must see obviously. The crown jewels are then in the basement. Me and my friend debated whether they were the real ones or not, but we'll never really know. Handy maps in many languages available so easy to see where you are. The grounds are also stunning.
Daniel Boluda | mars 5, 2018
A great spot to spend the day. The park around is impressive and very well cared. Lots of friendly ducks children love to play with. Grass area is very big and it is allowed to step. A good place to practice sports around the stream. A great outdoors facility able to hold many people not having the feeling to be crowded
Anand Chandra | mars 31, 2018
Decent place but long wait. Two sets of queue and each one has a logical halt between them. Has restroom (at no charge) and very homely cafe onsite ....good place for kids. I have also attached snaps of buses that come to the place. Very conveniently located and accessible from public transport.
Sreepad Krishnan | mars 20, 2018
One of the amazing castles in Copenhagen. Better to visit during spring as the garden will be filled with flowers. You easily get pictures of swans and ducks in and around castle. The entry seems a bit costly but you can have a good view of castle and the king's garden around
Roger House | mars 28, 2018
More of a small stately home than a proper castle. Disappointing content compared to others although the crown jewels were worth a look. Army guard the castle. Helpful lady at the ticket desk gave us 20DKK for the locker (as no bags allowed inside) as we didn't have any change (we returned it after).
Nicole Wickenheiser | avr. 11, 2018
Such a beauty if a castle! Visiting here was easy access using city transit making the venture out within young family very fun. Upon entering the grounds we were in love with the building. Once we’d walked inside and even our young ones were able to Appreciate the history the castle had to shared. We loved every second, but most of all viewing the crown jewels. It’s a sight for every wanna bebpeoness!
David Morfin | mai 6, 2018
Very disappointing. If you're going to Copenhagen for the first time, I would recommend checking this out first, because the crown jewels are impressive, but everything else pales miserably compared with every other museum and castle I visited. The rooms were dim, dirty, and dust covered. Many of the items were damaged and didn't appear to have ever been cleaned or restored. The information "app" was really just a web page, the only way to get to it after signing on to their captive portal was to scan one of the few QR codes on a handful of the displays, and navigation was difficult when when the items were cataloged (when they weren't there was no way to get more information, unless maybe you'd paid for their guidebook). The guards all looked like they wished they could be anywhere but there. The jewels in the basement were impressive, and the grounds were lovely, but the interior upper floors just felt shabby. Christianborg Castle was much cleaner and more beautiful, and the museums like the David's Collection were much more informative.
Babak Salamat | mai 4, 2018
The castle is nice to see and there is lots of antics furniture, decor, weapons, and some crowns and crown jewels to see. I wish there was a better tour guide. When we visited there was no tour guide and little information about items. One of the personnel was kind of to tell us some interesting information about the castle and some of its furniture.
Jackie O'shea | avr. 27, 2018
Really enjoyed our visit here, plenty to see, the decor is outstanding. It is better to go early as some of the rooms are small, so if crowded it would take a while to see them. When you get your ticket, they ask you to put your bag into a locker to stop exhibits getting damaged. The gardens are lovely too.
Michał Drwal | mai 9, 2018
A tiny palace in the middle of a park that holds the old and rare (and sometimes quirky) objects of the Royal Family. Four stories, a basement and a treasury are packed. Interesting snapshot of "living large" 400 years past (the royals have not lived in the palace since 17th century and they used it as storage). You can see casks with 300 years old wine, crowns and jewels in the treasury, a whole room dedicated to summer holiday memorabilia from Venice. Give it a 1.5 hours, which is enough time and then picnic in the park or go to the Botanical Gardens. Due to the limited space can get crowded quite easily. As everywhere in Copenhagen - the service is impeccable and the staff very friendly and helpful.
Satish Chandran | mai 12, 2018
Beautiful castle with interesting stories attached to it, most notably that of the trouser wetting chair, the King's toilet etc. The Great Hall is impressive. This 400 year old castle is a good place to visit. Entry fee applicable. Close to the town centre. Free entry with the Copenhagen card. Highly recommended.
John Anderson | juin 21, 2018
Stunning architecture and amazingly beautiful grounds. Got some really nice pictures for our albums of the surrounding gardens and the castle itself. Right in the centre so easy to locate and has plenty of bus stops nearby for those more inclined to take public transport. Only missing 1 star because it's not as large as the information leaflets would have you believe. Still worth a quick stop off if you are into architectural work.
Ben Long | juin 18, 2018
Bought the tickets on my phone, it was so easy. Lots of great history, and lots of fun QR codes to scan to learn more. The gardens are a great place to relax. Would have been 5 stars but I had no idea I couldn't carry my camera bag with me, so I had to pay for a locker after waiting in line to get in. Put up a sign, people.
John Townsend | juin 30, 2018
Most people seem to only want to look at the Crown Jewels, but there's a lot more to see. The Knights' Hall with adjacent glass and porcelain rooms are excellent. The entire ground floor has interesting decor. Be sure to have the castle website up for the most details.
Margaret Jones | juil. 29, 2018
A very enjoyable visit. A short walk from the Round Tower, the castle has a fairytale appearance with many quite unusually and elaborately decorated rooms. Some quirky items are on display like the Queen's ivory lathe in a large cabinet and a mechanical birdcage/clock. It would have been helpful to have a bit more information in English for each room. The star attractions are the immensely long throne room on the top floor with silver lions plus the stunning collections and crown jewels is the basement. Museums etc are not free in Denmark and some are pricey so invest in a Copenhagen Card which gives free entry plus free use of public transport.
Joshua Hicks | août 13, 2018
Rosenberg Castle is an impressive castle from the exterior. The gardens surrounding the site are nice. This place is a must visit when in Copenhagen and that is easy since it is in the center of the city. It may not be necessary to go inside but a walk through the park is well worth the time spent.
Martin Harper | août 5, 2018
Fantastic palace, loads to see. Great historical content. Arrive early, opens at 9am, as it gets really busy. It's good they only allow 150 people in at a time so it's not crowded but this adds to the wait.
Jim Na | juil. 12, 2018
We had a wonderful time visiting the Rosenborg Castle. The royal Danish jewels were kept in a vault underneath the castle, much like the British crown jewels are kept at a vault at the Tower of London. In addition to the treasure items, there was also a beautiful garden. Along with the wonderful weather it was a very pleasant visit.
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