27 February - 30 May 2010. A once-off opportunity presents itself for those interested in seeing the home of Denmark's future king, Crown Prince Frederik VIII.

His palace at Copenhagen's Amalienborg Castle, also known as Brockdorff's Palace, has been undergoing extensive renovation before the prince, his wife Crown Princess Mary and their children Prince Christian and Princess Isabella move in, and between now and 30 May the buildings are open to the public.

The Danish monarchy is the oldest in the world, and the royal family themselves have been involved in the decoration of the palace which includes painting the walls in the same colours as were used in 1828.

General Info

Address Tues-Sun: 10.00-17.00. Wed: 10.00-21.00 Frederil VIII's Palace, Amaliegade 18, 1257 København K, Copenhagen. Tel. (+45) 2257 3020 www.ses.dk
Website www.ses.dk

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Frederik VIII's Palace

Tues-Sun: 10.00-17.00. Wed: 10.00-21.00 Frederil VIII's Palace, Amaliegade 18, 1257 København K, Copenhagen. Tel. (+45) 2257 3020 www.ses.dk

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