The Royal Library Garden

Open-air wedding ceremony in the secret garden

Like a little secret oasis in Copenhagen, the Royal Library Garden is hidden among the historic buildings on Slotsholmen island in the city centre. Here, you can say “I do” at a small and intimate wedding ceremony in the shade of old trees, between flowerbeds and with the trickling sounds of the little fountain in the background.

The garden was established in 1920 and here, you can also find a statue of the famous Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard staring sorrowfully into the distance. Some say that it was right on this location that his lost love, Regine Olsen, lived in the Danish Golden Ages.

In case of rain

If the forecast predicts only a few drops or brief showers, the ceremony will take place with the lovely sound of raindrops on umbrellas as a backdrop.

In case the weather does not look suitable for an open-air wedding at all, your ceremony will be moved to one of the beautiful rooms at Copenhagen City Hall.


The Royal Library Garden

Proviantpassagen 1

1218 København K
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