Frederiksborg PalaceCurrently Closed
- Address: Møntportvejen 10, 3400 Hillerød, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 45-48260439
- Ticket Price: 75 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Garden, Palace, Family And Kids, Architecture , Heritage Building
Frederiksborg Palace - Review
Royalty in Europe has always lived in the grandest style. This pretty place offers Baroque Gardens, an exquisite Chapel, a magnificent collection of artwork, some stunning organ pipes and just all around royal awesomeness. Try and get the free audio guide for some real perspective. A live guide hre on the other hand is likely to inject some heavy dramatic tone to the visit. Choose your preferance, but definitely take one of the two. The town in which this palace is built is pretty charming, and gives you a delightful veiw into contemporary Danish life.
Frederiksborg Palace Information
- The portrait of King Christian the Fourth of Denmark by Peter Isaac is a must watch item during the visit to the palace.
How To reach Frederiksborg Palace by Public Transport
- Bus from Norreport metro
Restaurants Near Frederiksborg Palace
- Ristorante La Perla
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Things to Know Before Visiting Frederiksborg Palace
16.8% of people who visit Copenhagen include Frederiksborg Palace in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
54.55% of people start their Frederiksborg Palace visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Frederiksborg Palace
91.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Frederiksborg Palace
Frederiksborg Palace Trips
Frederiksborg Palace, Copenhagen Reviews
Absolutely stunning. From the first glimpse as you walk through the town square this place is breathtaking. The castle exterior is beautiful and there is a LOT of history to be seen inside. The gardens are also lovely. Well worth the ~40min train ride out from Copenhagen proper.
Lovely palace for a walk and relaxation. Wonderful gardens and water spots. It worth to visit the castle and the gardens in the summer, have a long walk and take a lot of pictures. It has a unique atmosphere. Excellent place to bring your kinds.
Very relaxing place. Worth of going. Nearby Chinese restaurant serves tasty dishes. WATCH OUT FOR YELLOW TRIANGLES ON STREET CORNERS OTHERWISE YOU WILL PAY 510 DKK FOR WRONG PARKING. PARKING SIGNAGE IN SOME PLACES IS BAD.
It sure is a great castle, the church and the great Hall being the best part of it. However it cruelly lack explanations of any kind. It's hard to get a sense of the context of being displayed as the very few texts barely tell you what you can see left and right without details. About a third of them are in English. In fact, it's more a museum, the castle being just the building hosting the arts.
Absolutely stunning baroque castle. The architecture is what draws you in but the level of details, the path to visit that takes your through gorgeous rooms and off course the beautiful and peaceful gardens is why you would want to stay a little bit longer there.