HRH Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark Attends the Re-Opening of the  Designmuseum Denmark

On the afternoon of Tuesday, June 14, 2022, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark attended the reopening of the Designmuseum Denmark in Copenhagen.

After an extensive two-year renovation of the historic 18th-century building, which includes 2,500 square meters of newly laid marble floors, newly restored facade decorations, and a major climate adaptation, the Designmuseum Denmark is ready to welcome guests again.

Upon his arrival, Crown Prince Frederik was warmly welcomed by the Museum Director, Ms. Anne-Louise Sommer, and the Designmuseum Denmark Chairman of the Board, Mr. Henrik Tvarnø.

Once inside the museum, the heir to the Danish throne was given a tour of the newly restored museum and viewed various exhibitions. Thereafter, Crown Prince Frederik attended a reception at the Grønnegården (museum garden) whereupon he gave a speech.