Charlottenlund Palace

– Christian X's birthplace

The palace was originally built in the Baroque style in 1733, but from 1880–81 it was rebuilt in the French Renaissance Revival style. Until 1926 it was a royal summer residence, and is where Queen Margrethe II’s grandfather Christian X was born in 1870. Today Charlottenlund Palace is a cultural event venue.

The palace is closed to the public and only open by special arrangement. The gardens are open all year round.

Charlottenlund Palace
Jægersborg Allé 1
2990 Charlottenlund


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