Plan your visit

Opening hours 2023

January 3 – February 10: Tuesday – Thursday 10 am – 3 pm | Friday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

February 11 – February 19: Everyday 10 am – 4 pm

February 21 – March 31: Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 3 pm | Saturday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

April 1 – April 10: Everyday 10 am – 5 pm

April 11 – June 23: Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 3 pm | Saturday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

June 24 – August 31: Everyday 10 am – 5 pm

September 1 – October 13: Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 3 pm | Saturday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

October 14 – October 22: Everyday 10 am – 5 pm

October 23 – December 23: Tuesday – Friday 10 am – 3 pm | Saturday – Sunday 10 am – 4 pm

December 26 – December 30: Everyday 10 am – 4 pm

Notice: the ticket sales closes 30 minutes before closing.

Closing days:
January 1 & 2
December 24, 25 and 31
Every Monday except in weeks 7, 14, 26-35 and 42

Admission 2023

Adults: DKK 120
Students: DKK 78
Groups (min. 10 persons): DKK 96 pr. person.
Children under 18 years: Free
Combined ticket Rosenborg & Amalienborg* 200 kr.
Combined ticket Rosenborg & Amalienborg Students* 140 kr.
School classes 28 pupils under 18 yrs. + 2 teachers 150 kr.
Guided tour (max. 25 persons): 995 kr.

*Valid for 2 days

Buy your ticket online and get it straight to your phone, or print it from your email.
Online purchase will assure you entry at your desired time, and you won’t need to begin your visit in the ticket office.

Please note that the last sold ticket online and at the ticket office is 30 minutes before the castle closes.

The Copenhagen Card cannot be used for booking groups or for pre-booked tickets. If you are visiting Rosenborg with a Copenhagen Card you must begin your visit in the ticket office.

Visiting groups

Visiting groups shall either book online or call in advance.
Please call: +45 3318 6055 (Tuesday to Friday between 10.00 AM and 12.00 PM).
For booking via email: booking@kosa.dk
Your booking is valid when you have received confirmation and an electronic ticket.

Way finding

The Amalienborg Museum is located in Christian VIII’s palace at Amalienborg. The entrance is in the gate closest to Frederiksgade

Metro stations
Marmorkirken (closest to the museum) or Kongens Nytorv

Busses
23 (Dronningens Tværgade)

Practical information

Bags

There are lockers in the ticket office. Unfortunately, there isn’t space for suitcases. For security reasons you may only bring small bags to the palace. Please note that bags must be collected before closing time.

Food and drinks

It is not possible to eat at the Amalienborg Museum. You are allowed to take water in clear plastic bottles into the museum.

Strollers and pushchairs

Strollers and pushchairs are not allowed at the museum.

Pets

Only guide dogs may be brought to the museum.

Guidelines for visiting the palace

Because there are many fragile and freestanding objects at the Amalienborg Museum, we ask our guests to observe a few simple precautions.
The objects in the museum may not be touched. It is important that you follow the instructions and recommendations of the staff during your visit.

Photography

Photography is allowed. Please avoid talking on your mobile phone in the museum, as doing so may disturb the other visitors. You are, however, welcome to use your mobile phone to look at our online guides to the exhibits or for taking pictures.

Young children

Young children must be accompanied by an adult inside the museum. Very young children must be carried in a baby carrier on the stomach.

If you have any further questions, you are welcome to contact the guard’s office by telephone: +45 33 18 60 52.
We hope you enjoy your visit to The Royal Danish Collection.

Special access

Wheelchair users

The Amalienborg Museum in Christian VIII’s Palace has lifts for wheelchair users. Please notice that the maximum weight is 496 lbs (225 kg). The Beletage has a few doorsteps that might require a helper to pass. Please note that the tour in Christian VII’s Palace is not suitable for people with trouble walking. There are many stairs and no elevators, why walkers and wheelchairs cannot be used.

For people with hearing loss

In the exhibition “A Queen’s Jewellery Box” you will get an audio guide in Danish, German, French and English. People with hearing loss can get a headset at the ticket sales for the audioguide. The headset can also be used with hearing aid. You can also read all the audio stories in a texted version which is handed out at the ticket sales. The texted version is available in Danish, German, French and English.

Service dogs

We welcome service and guide dogs but they must be kept on a leash.

Guardian

Free entry for one accompanying guardian or custodian.

Museum Shop

Whether it is a memento or the perfect gift, we have a large and varied selection of classic souvenirs and unique products, inspired by current exhibitions and collections. The selection ranges from books, i.a. our own series about Danish kings, textiles, jewelery, arts and crafts, local products for classic souvenirs such as key rings, magnets and Christmas decorations.

If you have a club card for Kongernes Samling, you get 10% on the entire range in the store.

You can visit the museum shop without buying a ticket to the Amalienborg Museum.