Kongens Nytorv 5, 1050 Copenhagen K
- Hoist / ramp / level access to the front door
- Level access in the building / site (no stairs)
- Level access to outdoor areas
- Accessible restroom
- Locked doors can be opened from the outside in case of emergency
- Chairs or benches to rest on
- Possible to eat / drink
- Disabled parking
- Member of Solsikkesnoren
- Member of God adgang
Take a look inside Harsdorffs Hus – a “secret” gem on the Nyhavn side of Kongens Nytorv square. Find a window and enjoy the view of Kongens Nytorv from a new angle. Admire the elegant rooms and the impressive hall where the offices of the Danish Foreign Minister were once located.
The facade on Harsdorffs Hus shines brightly between the dark facades of the Kunsthal Charlottenborg exhibition space and the Royal Danish Theatre. You may have passed it countless times – and you may have wondered what is hidden inside.
This listed building was designed by architect C.F. Harsdorff in 1780, and stands as a prime example of Danish Neoclassicism with its temple gables, pilasters, and decorative reliefs featuring the Roman goddess Aurora.
Sense History in the Grand Surroundings
As a home for counts, barons, prosperous captains, amateur politicians and enterprising entrepreneurs, the interior of Harsdorffs Hus has many stories to tell.
During the years when we sold the West Indies to the US, the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs was located here. It has also been home to both the Danish Conciliation Board and the Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture.
Today, the building houses the serviced office facility Office Club together with nearby Brønnums Hus.
Visit Harsdorffs Hus
Now you have a unique opportunity to visit this special piece of architectural history.
During Open House, you can explore the Aurora Lounge at the first floor. If you have a ticket to the guided tour (SOLD OUT) you can also see the rest of the house.