Frederiksborg Palace Gardens consist of two sections. In the romantic part of the garden, you will find Frederik II’s small Bath House.
The large Italian-inspired Baroque garden has been recreated in 1996 after studies of Johan Cornelius Krieger’s complex from 1725. It is worth seeing for its box-tree monograms, and its cascades.
The palace chapel survived when the rest of the palace burnt down in 1859 and today it stands as in Christian 4's time.
The history of the gardens can also be experienced through a mobile guide. An outdoor exhibition tells the story of the development of the castle gardens.
In the garden, you also find the café which is open in summer.