Book A Guided Tour
The Museum at Rosenborg offers guided tours for groups to the regular exhibitions and to some special exhibitions. A guided tour takes approximately one hour.
Guided tours must be booked at least two weeks ahead.
Max. 25 persons per guide.
For booking via email: email@example.com
(Your booking is valid when you have received confirmation )
Please call: 3318 6055 Tuesday to Friday between 10.00 – 12.00.
Guided tours in Danish
Monday – Friday: Kr. 600 + admission fee
Saturday – Sunday: Kr. 700 + admission fee
Guided tours in English, German and French
Monday – Friday: Kr. 800 + admission fee
Saturday – Sunday: Kr. 900 + admission fee
The Café at Rosenborg
The Garden Cafe is located in the romantic surroundings on the castle ground and has newly decorated interiors in a garden inspired style. Weather permitting; visitors can enjoy their food and beverages outside in an idyllic area with the city’s best view to the castle. The cafe offers good quality food, quick service and a selection of sandwiches, salads, Danish pastry, ice cream and different types of coffee/tea. The “cafe ticket” grants you admission to the castle plus a coffee of your choice (e.g. latte, espresso, or cappuccino) and the cake of the day, for 155 DKK. The cafe ticket can be bought in the castle’s ticket office. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the gatehouse at Rosenborg you will find the atmospheric museum shop with whitewashed walls. Here you have the chance to take a little piece of royal history home with you. Many of the items on sale bear our most popular motifs. Whether it’s a question of souvenirs, presents, or something new for the bookcase, there are many interesting items to explore. The selection ranges from books to jewellery, postcards and sweets to classic souvenirs such as key rings and magnets. Particularly in demand are the t-shirt featuring the royal crown and the specially produced Christmas decorations. The Order of the Elephant in the form of a glass decoration can for example only be bought in the museum shops at Rosenborg and Amalienborg.