Christiansborg Palace is H.M. the Queen's working palace. This is where the Queen holds audiences, signs laws, holds banquets and receptions, celebrates royal anniversaries and receives state visits. It is a working palace where old traditions and the modern Royal Family meet. You will see dazzling halls, adorned with colorful tapestries, vast paintings, patterned floors, glittering chandeliers, and sumptuous stucco ceilings. The Combi Admission Ticket To Christiansborg Palace will give you access to the Royal Reception Rooms, the Royal Kitchen, the ruins under Christiansborg Palace and the Royal Stables. You will also be able to join any of the guided tours.Description
Christiansborg Slot, Prins Joergens Gaard 1, Copenhagen 1218 Denmark
Experience a working royal palace that is steeped in history.
Christiansborg Palace has been a royal palace for hundreds of years. Many parts of the palace are still used by the Danish royal family.
The palace has been the scene of countless dramatic events and human dramas over the centuries.
Spend a few hours or a whole day at Christiansborg. You will see magnificent tapestries, shiny copperware, elegant chandeliers, underground ruins, golden carriages and snow-white horses.
Your ticket will give you access to the Royal Reception Rooms, the Royal Kitchen, the ruins under Christiansborg Palace and the Royal Stables. You will also be able to join any of the guided tours.
Please notice that the horses are turned out to graze on summer pasture in North Zealand, from the middle of June to the middle of August.
Every Sunday in July at 2 pm. Combi Admission ticket holders can take a royal journey through history, by joining the guided tour 'Highlights of the Queen's Palace'. The tour will take guests through the Royal Reception Rooms, the Royal Kitchen, the Royal Stables and the Palace Chapel. Read more about the guided tour here
Read more about Christiansborg Palace at www.christiansborg.dk
The Combi Admission Ticket is valid for one year from the date of issue.
Children under the age of 18 years have free access, but need a valid ticket to all the venues. Highlights
: Copenhagen, DenmarkDuration
: 1 to 5 hours Voucher Redemption
: You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.