- Christiansborg PalacePay a royal visit
- The RuinsVisit the ruins of Bishop Absalon’s Castle and Copenhagen Castle
- The Royal Reception RoomsExplore a functioning royal palace
- The Royal StablesGolden carriages and white horses
- The Queen's TapestriesThe history of Denmark and the World in colourful images
- The Flora Danica CabinetThe famous table service decorated with the Danish flora
- The Palace ChapelChurch of the royal family
Christiansborg Palace in the centre of Copenhagen has more than 800 years of history as the power base of the kingdom.
Today the palace is home to the Parliament, the Prime Minister's Office and the Supreme Court. In addition, several parts of the palace are used by the Royal House. Many parts of the palace are open to the public.
The island of Slotsholmen in the heart of Copenhagen is not only the centre of government but also an oasis of unique cultural experiences.
No other place in Denmark can present such a dense concentration of museums, offering everything from theatre to Jewish culture, from ruins to new architecture, from art to artillery.
A number of the museums and cultural institutions on Slotsholmen cooperate so as to provide general access to the many cultural treats and recreational joys in the area.