Brockdorff's Palace is one of the four palaces of Amalienborg in Copenhagen. It was built 1750-1760 by Baron Joachim Brockdorff. Since 1765 it has been owned by the crown, first used as naval academy and since 1828 as residence of various part of the royal family, among those King Frederick VIII. Therefore, the palace is also known as Frederick VIII's Palace.
It is one of the two palaces facing the Amaliehaven waterfront, the other being the residence of the Queen and Prince Consort.