The Amalienborg MuseumCurrently Closed
- Address: Christian VIII's Palæ, 1257 København K, Copenhagen, Denmark
- Timings: 11:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: 45-33122816
- Ticket Price: 65 DKK
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Plaza, Family And Kids
The Amalienborg Museum - Review
The complex is actually four identical royal buildings arragened around a central plaza. The main attraction here tends to be the noontime changing of the guards. Only one of the buildings is open to the public, but that’s more than enough for you to catch a fascinating glimpse into the lives of royalty. There’s nothing remarkable that stands out; but the experience of knowing royal life is worth the trip.
The Amalienborg Museum Information
- There is a famous Gothic library inside the museum where the belongings of queens and the kings are preserved with utmost care.
- You’re not allowed to sit down on any of the buildings.
- You have to pay to photograph.
How To reach The Amalienborg Museum by Public Transport
- Norreport station
Restaurants Near The Amalienborg Museum
- Restorant Vita
- Hereford Steak
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10.32% of people who visit Copenhagen include The Amalienborg Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
83.33% of people start their The Amalienborg Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see The Amalienborg Museum
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The Amalienborg Museum, Copenhagen Reviews
A beautiful open space with lovely buidings. Great to watch the guards parading especially as they're not hiding behind gates and fences. Interestingly, we arrived just before the state visit of Macron, France's President. With the red carpet out the crowds soon gathered and were watched over by scores of polite, smiling police. A great spectacle.
Only visited this palace (May 2015) on the outside, approached from Marble Church. This palace court has unique architecture and of course a good place to take photos. Don't forget the guards with blue-white uniform (take their photo if you want but I prefer to use candid/large zoom-in method). Be careful when approaching the statue: I was confused about which way is the pedestrians and which is for the cars, in the end don't get hit by any vehicles there.
It's a nice quick tour through the state rooms. Plenty of furniture and items to see, but the whole thing doesn't take longer than 20-30 minutes. Pictures are allowed, which is always a plus, and the staff was friendly and unobtrusive. I recommend to get the combined ticket with Rosemborg palace.
Its a nice place to visit. The change of guards ceremomy is cool. Not as celebrated as the one in London, but its nice. Also the view is great...!!
Simply beautiful but the modern looking Opera House across the river kind of doesn't compliment the landscape. Even though it's beautiful. It just looks out of place when you take a panorama shot.