Grønne Salon

An historical atmosphere

In many ways, the Grønne Salon is the very centre of Moltkes Palæ. Situated between the Christian X’s Salons and the Dronninggaard Salon, the Grønne Salon is distinctive in both its style and ambiance.

With its green tones and gilded ornamentation, the room exudes a positive and historical atmosphere. The Grønne Salon is the most regal venue to be found anywhere in the vicinity of Moltkes Palæ. After the Christiansborg Palace fire of 1794, Dowager Queen Juliana Maria purchased Moltkes Palæ as her temporary residence, and the Grønne Salon served as her sitting room during this time.

When the Dowager Queen passed away, merchant Constantin Brun acquired the mansion, and he lived here with his wife Friederike for more than 40 years. Friederike was a successful author and a sophisticated, well-travelled woman with an unusual personality, and she in particular enjoyed holding salons in the mansion. At these salons, she played host to many prominent Danish artists, writers and intellectuals. We can imagine that the Grønne Salon was used for this very purpose. The Grønne Salon has served as the setting for noteworthy personalities over the years.

 

Setup

Shown below, max. capacity for your event in the Grønne Salon. Contact us for inspiration for bespoke setups for your next event.

ROUND TABLES
50 guests at 10-person tables

CLASSROOM TABLES
70 guests

ROWS OF CHAIRS
80 guests

CABARET-STYLE SETUP FOR 6-PERSON TABLES
30 guests

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Gyldne Sal

Up to 150 guests

Dronninggaard Salon

Add-on bookings available at an additional charge.

Ground floor

Add-on bookings available at an additional charge for 400+ guests

 

The Banqueting Hall

Up to 400 guests

Venezia Salon

Add-on bookings available at an additional charge.

Artemisia

Up to 150 guests

Up to 14 guests

Floor plan

Floor plan, first floor

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