Explore Christiansborg Palace
Christiansborg Palace lies on Slotsholmen (Castle Island) in the middle of Copenhagen. The canals of the Danish capital wind their way around the heart of the kingdom. The Queen, the Danish parliament and the office of the Danish prime minister all operate from within the confines of the palace.
When the royal family is not using Christiansborg Palace, it is possible to visit the palace on a guided tour or on your own. The palace has five attractions to visit: The Royal Reception Rooms with The Great Hall and the Queen's tapestries, The Royal Stables, The Royal Kitchen, The Ruins under the palace and Christiansborg Palace Chapel.
Explore the different attractions and read more about palace's history below.
The Royal Reception Rooms
Glittering halls are setting the scene for the Queen's offical role
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The Royal Stables
The Royal Family's trusty steeds have been living in the stable complex since the 18th century
Christiansborg Palace Chapel