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Fredensborg Palace and Gardens
July, the Palace is open for guided tours every 15 minutes all days from 13:00 to 16:30.
DKK 35.00 adults
DKK 15.00 children.
Joint ticket for the Palace and the Orangery and Herb Garden:
DKK 55.00 adults
DKK 25.00 children.
The Palace chapel is also open in connection with services on many Sundays and holidays throughout the year.
The Reserved Gardens
In July, the Reserved Gardens are open to the public free of charge daily 9:00-17:00.
Here is a map for the gardens.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Phone: +45 33 40 31 87
Fredensborg is the Danish Royal Family's most used residence. The Palace was built in 1726 by King Frederik IV.
From the Fredensborg train station, it is just a short walk to the castle.
Updated Nov 14, 2006
Address: Slottet 1, 3480 Fredensborg
I visited this place a couple of times with my Danish friends and I couldn't get anough of it.
Looking at the palace and watch the customized guards taking care of it, is worth the trip and on top of that you can ealk through the gardens and enjoy the scenic views
Written Aug 9, 2005
With Ana, in front of Fredensborg Slot.
The entrance to the Garden was closed on the day of my visit as the Royal Family were having a Garden Party.
Written Feb 13, 2005
The Gardens at Fredensborg have two areas: the Reserved Gardens and the Palace Gardens. The Palace Gardens surround the palace on three sides and are marked by their huge alleys angling out from the palace's back door. To the west, the gardens are bordered by beautiful Lake Esrum.
The Reserved Gardens are closed to the public throughout the year, except in the month of July. This is a private sanctuary for the Royal Family.
Entry for both gardens is free.
Updated Oct 24, 2004
This retaurant is located neat the Fredensborg Slot, the official residence of the royal family in the summer.
Favorite Dish: The foos is great, you should get a taste of the "Caspela al Salmone" it's simply delicious.
Written Aug 9, 2005
Address: Slotsgade 3A - 3480
Phone: 48 48 0125