The Round Tower

Rundetaarn. Pressefoto.

The Round Tower, built 1642 by King Christian IV of Denmark, is one of the most iconic edifices in Denmark and a landmark of Copenhagen. Originally erected to accommodate the university observatory, today the Round Tower also houses a rich programme of events for all ages, comprising exhibitions of contemporary art, modern craft and design and history as well as talks and concerts.

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Art Week programme for The Round Tower here

The Round Tower

Købmagergade 52A
1150 København K

Level-free access - yes
Handicap toilet - yes
Free for companion - yes

Daily 10-20

Entrance fee


'The Round Tower'