The Museum is open every day all year:
March 24 - October 31: 10-17
November 1 - March 23: 11-15
Adults: 75 DKK
Children(6-15 years): 20 DKK
Students: 60 DKK
Senior citizens(65+): 60 DKK
Family ticket: (2adults + 3 children): 150 DKK
Groups,min. 10 persons (pr. person): 60 DKK
Annual pass: 300 DKK
A ticket lasts the entire day.
NB! From 22. March to 25. May, there will be limited access to the Great Hall.
The Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle
Frederiksborg Castle is beautifully situated in Hillerød north of Copenhagen. Surrounded by the Castle Lake, a Baroque Garden and romantic landscaped gardens Frederiksborg Castle is an ideal excursion spot, offering cultural experiences as well as scenic walks and boat tours.
Frederiksborg Castle is the largest Renaissance Castle in Scandinavia and often referred to as the Nordic Versailles. It was built in the first decades of the 17th century by King Christian IV and incorporates the finest Renaissance architecture and craftsmanship.
Since 1878 Frederiksborg Castle has housed the Museum of National History. A tour through the beautiful rooms of the museum is a tour through 500 years of Danish history, illustrated by portraits, history paintings, furniture and decorative art. Here you encounter people and events that have shaped Danish history and development from the Middle Ages to the 21st century.