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    About Bernstorff Palace

    250 years of history

    Bernstorff Palace is one of the earliest and finest constructions in the style of neoclassicism in Europe. It was originally built as Count Bernstorff's summer residence. However, it changed status to a "palace" when Crown Prince Christian VIII bought it in the 1840'ies. The Royal Family used the palace until 1939. Then the Military moved in and used the buildings for educational purposes of their officers. For the next 70 years, the palace was not open to the public. However, in 2009 it was transformed to a privately leased hotel and conference venue. Nowadays the palace is open to the public at many occasions during the year, where we invite to cultural events and commercial fairs.