Christiansborg Palace temporarily closed
Christiansborg Palace (The Royal Reception Rooms, The Royal Stables, The Royal Kitchen, The Palace Chapel and The Ruins beneath the Palace) comply with the instructions issued by the Danish Authorities concerning the Coronavirus and will remain closed from 12 March to 13 April, both days inclusive. The period may be extended. Check back for updates.
Welcome to Christiansborg Palace
Visit Christiansborg Palace and explore The Royal Reception Rooms with The Great Hall and The Tapestries, The Royal Stables, The Royal Kitchen, Christiansborg Palace Chapel and the ruins under the palace.
Christiansborg Palace is located on Slotsholmen in Copenhagen, which has an 800 year-long history as Denmark’s centre of power. The present palace was completed in 1928, but from this place kings and queens have ruled for centuries. Today, the palace is used by HM The Queen for official events such as gala banquets and public audiences.
Visit the palace on your own or join a guided tour.
Stop the thief at Christiansborg Palace!
If you like a good puzzle and are up for a challenge, you could help prevent the theft of one of Christiansborg Palace’s invaluable treasures. That’s the plot of the newly launched mobile game “The Museum Mystery” at Christiansborg Palace