Beautiful, restful gardens with accessible toilet
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid
The oldest park in Copenhagen with stunning views of Rosenborg Castle.
Transport & Parking
The park is in the city centre. Copenhagen has good accessible public transport. There are buses that stop nearby.
There is step free access into the park. The park is paid out with lawns, rose garden, children's play area, statues and a couple of cafes. There are firm paths and tree lined walkways. There are plenty of benches. In the park is Rosenborg Castle, which is accessed via a bridge over a moat and then a couple of steps. (I assume there is another entrance to the castle).
There are public toilets including an accessible toilet near the Hans Christian Anderson statue/ children's play area. The toilet was spacious, clean and had a single grab rail.
NA - I did see any on my visit.
Anything else you wish to tell us?
The gardens are very popular but are also quite spacious. I visited in August and they were busy but still tranquil. It's a nice place to visit if you want somewhere to sit and relax. The gardens are free to visit.