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If you wish to visit the Danish Parliament on your own, with a couple of friends or with your family, you may join a public tour with an English-speaking guide. Tours are free and take about 45 minutes.
In 2016 guided tours in English will be conducted at 1 p.m. on the following Sundays and public holidays:
11 and 18(also Tuesday 20 and Thursday 22)
There are no guided tours 23rd December 2016 - 8th January 2017.
You can book a place on a conducted tour on this website. When you have confirmed your visit at stage 3, you will receive an e-mail with a link that you must click. Please note that you will only have booked your visit when you have clicked this link. You can also collect your tickets at the Danish Parliament's Visitors' Entrance on the same day that you wish to take a conducted tour. (Tickets will be handed out at 10.00 in accordance with the 'first come, first served' principle).
Please arrive at the Danish Parliament's Visitors' Entrance, which is to the right of the big staircase in Rigsdagsgården, 15 minutes before your visit is scheduled to begin. Otherwise, the Visitors' Service may give your places to others.
If you have any questions, please contact the Danish Parliament's Visitors' Service using the contact information on the right-hand side of this page.
The Tower of Christiansborg Palace
From the tower you can see Copenhagen from a completely new angle. You can see streets, building and details that you have probably never noticed. You can see roofs and towers and all the way to Sweden on a clear day.
The view from the tower of Christiansborg Palace is unique and magnificent – Copenhagen’s highest tower, which is now open to the public, for the very first time. The tower is the property of the Danish Parliament, whose Members took the initiative to open it – for the pleasure of all those who live in or are visiting Copenhagen.
A visit to the tower is free of charge and it is open every day (except Mondays).
In addition to enjoying the view, you can also give yourself a culinary experience in Restaurant Tårnet, which is run by the recognised restaurateur Rasmus Bo Bojesen. Please note that the restaurant is very popular so it is a good idea to book a table in advance. Read more about the restaurant, see the menu and book a table at http://taarnet.dk/restauranten/?lang=en.
Torben Peter Mikkelsen
The Danish Parliament's Visitors' Service Telephone +45 3337 3221 Weekdays from 8.30 am – 3 pm