The royal family stays at Fredensborg Palace every summer season.
In 2004, the Crown Prince couple took permanent residence in the Chancellery House. Today the Crown Prince family residence at Amalienborg Palace in Copenhagen.
Frequently the palace is used as the setting for important events in the Danish Royal Family – wedding receptions, silver wedding anniversaries and birthday parties.
Many state leaders from around the world have been received in the palace during official state visits, and foreign ambassadors submit their official credentials to the Danish Queen at the castle.
A long-held tradition is for visiting state leaders to inscribe their names in one of the palace's windows using a diamond pen. The Palace is open to the public in July/August on guided tours. The private royal garden, the Orangey and herb garden are located adjacent to the Palace.
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