Church Hall

During the years around 1600, Christian IV commissioned a new castle chapel at Koldinghus, situated in the castle’s north-west corner. Above it, he had the Great Hall and the Giants’ Tower built. The four walls are all that remains of the former splendour of the room. In the restoration project, the architects used lighting to suggest the original architecture. The nave is indicated by three large, star-shaped chandeliers, and the ‘street lamps’ hint at the brick-built columns that supported the dome and gallery.

Location in the castle

The Church Hall is located on the ground floor in the castle’s north-west corner, with direct access from the Castle Courtyard. On the floors above it are the Great Hall and the Giants’ Tower.


Round 8-person tables for 80 persons max.
Long tables across the hall for 112 persons max.
Theatre-style rows of chairs, 130 persons max.
Technical equipment
Free Wi-Fi.
You can borrow a flip-over chart, a projector and a large projection screen. Please bring your own laptop.
You can rent a sound system. Price: DKK 1,000 plus VAT.

Practical information

You can request a lectern and a coat rack free of charge. Toilets are found on the second floor in the northwest corner. An accessible toilet is found on the bottom floor of the east wing.


When you rent rooms at Koldinghus, food and drink is provided by MADKÆLDEREN, the restaurant in the castle’s atmospheric basement.
Tel.: + 45 7550 4798

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Would you like to know more about the Church Hall? Read about the history here.