The King's Garden

Here you can read about the event Open Air Wedding in the King's Garden

The beautiful King’s Garden (Kongens Have) is located in the heart of Copenhagen with entries from Gothersgade, Sølvgade and Kronprinsessegade. This buzzing park is perfect for weddings as it offers romantic yet lively surroundings.

The park is used by locals as well as tourists to relax, enjoy the sunshine and the green areas, and have a good time. There are wide open areas as well as plenty of flowers, trees and bushes.

The ceremonies will take place in the garden with the beautiful castle Rosenborg in the background.

When?

Saturday the 16th of July 2016, starting at 10.00am.

Please note

The King’s Garden is a public garden and therefore you may expect some attention from other guests in the garden.

In case the weather does not seem suitable for open air ceremonies, the event will be moved to one of the beautiful rooms at Copenhagen City Hall. Two days before your wedding you will be contacted by us via e-mail in case the event is moved.

History of the Place

The Kings Garden dates back to the early 17th century, when it served as a pleasure and kitchen garden for Rosenborg, the castle built for King Christian IV. The garden has been used as a kitchen garden for the royal household up until the late 19th/early 20th century.

The garden was opened to the public in the 1770s.

Now the garden is one of the most popular parks in Copenhagen and is visited by some three million people every year.

Here is a link to their website: parkmuseerne.dk/en/the-kings-garden/.