This was the royal residence before Amalienborg Palace. Well it's not a castle by British standards. It's more of a large old brick house with turret/spirals! The insides were very dark, mixture of gothic/baroque style. Completely different to Amalienborg Palace. Low ceilings and lots of painted wood, gold, black and some of the weirdest choices of decor I thought in some cases. Quite interesting and nice change from glass, white, ikea.
There is an line written description to walk you through the rooms and free wifi if you have smart device, there is also audio but bring some ear plugs for your device.
Good thing is you're allowed to take photos.
If you're lucky (and queen is in residence at Amalienborg Palace, you'll see the changing of the guards here at 11.30am
Note if you have a backpack or hand bigger than about 20cm by 15cm you need to leave on the locker. You'll need a 20 krone coin for the locker.
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