We found 0 things to do for Kronborg Slot! When Shakespeare wrote Hamlet, he was thinking about the 16th-century Kronborg Castle, where the play was set. The castle overlooks the Sound of Øresund and features the longest banquet hall in Europe, the Knight’s Hall, and the famous statue of Holger Danske. Read more

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When Shakespeare wrote Hamlet, he was thinking about the 16th-century Kronborg Castle, where the play was set.

The castle overlooks the Sound of Øresund and features the longest banquet hall in Europe, the Knight’s Hall, and the famous statue of Holger Danske. Legend has it that whenever Denmark is threatened, Holger Danske turns into flesh so that it can defend the kingdom. To be or not to be? Find your answer in Kronborg Castle.

How to get there
By train: from Copenhagen Main Railway Station to Helsingør Station. By bus: 803 or 340.

Opening hours
(May-Sep) Mon-Sun 10:30am-5pm; (Oct-Apr) Tue-Sun 1pm-4pm; (Nov-Mar) Tue-Sun 11am-3pm

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