Christiansborg Palace

Christiansborg Palace, located on the small island Slotsholmen in the Copenhagen harbour, has more than 800 years of history as the power base of the kingdom and still today the palace houses several institutions of significant importance. Most of the premises at the palace are at the disposal of the Folketing, the Danish Parliament, but the palace also houses the Prime Minister’s Office and the Supreme Court. Parts of the palace are available for the Royal House; the Royal Reception Rooms, Christiansborg Palace Chapel, the Queens’tapestries and most of the Riding Ground Complex. The gobelin series depicts the history of Denmark and the world, including the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Absolute Monarchy, the Reformation, World War II, the Present and even the Future. Countless dramatic events and fascinating lives have taken place at the palace during the centuries. On these pages you can read more about the palace and the many exciting experiences that await the visitors.

Museum: Christiansborg Palace
City: Copenhagen
Country: Denmark
Address: Løngangstræde 21
Website: http://www.ses.dk/christiansborgpalace