Købmagergade 52A, Copenhagen, 1150
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- Backpackers / Students, Culture vultures, Families with teenagers, Families with younger children, Art, Design and architecture, History
Expert review of Rundetårn
This venerable 17th-century brick tower was built for King Christian IV as an observatory, claimed as Europe's oldest. If you feel up to tackling the shallow but lengthy climb up the inside spiral ramp, it's a great place to get views over the city roofs and spires, as well as for the changing calendar of art exhibitions in the hall halfway up.
It's 25 krone for adults, 5 krone for children.
More information on Rundetårn:
- Price guide:
- Landmark / monument, Museum
- Købmagergade 52A, Copenhagen, 1150
- 3373 0373
- Months open:
- All year round
- Opening times:
- May-Sep: daily 10am-8pm. Oct-Apr: daily 10am-5pm (from mid-Oct-mid-Mar the tower and observatory are open Tue-Wed 7-10pm). Closed Dec 24-25 and Jan 1.