Kim Wyon - VisitDenmark.com
Get inspiration about the Royal Family and be surprised by the many Royal Collections.
During the restoration of Christian VIII's palace in 1994 – part of Amalienborg Palace, the ground floor became a museum, which we know today as The Amalienborg Museum.
The museum is an extension of the Royal Collections at Rosenborg Castle and visitors can view artefacts from the Kings of the House of Glücksburg in the period of 1863-1972 and covers four generations of the Family.
The interior exhibits follow the royal generations changes, including reconstructions of Fredrik VIII's private office and jewellery chamber. The museum stages several special exhibitions every year about the Royal family.