Carlsberg station is an S-train station in Copenhagen, Denmark, that serves the Carlsberg area of the Vesterbro/Kongens Enghave district. Situated on the Høje Taastrup radial of the S-train network, it opened on 3 July 2016 and replaced Enghave station, which was located 200m east.
The station was designed by Gottlieb Paludan Architects and constructed for the Carlsberg Byen development company between 2014 and 2016, before being handed over to Banedanmark and DSB for operation. It serves the new residential and retail developments on the former Carlsberg brewery site, as well as the adjacent University College Capital campus; it is expected to become one of the five busiest S-train stations in Copenhagen, with approximately 24,000 travellers per day. It is located on the site of the brewery's freight depot, Station Høje, which was in operation from 1937 until 1985.
Largely, Carlsperg station, is a 200 meter move towards the West, from the now closed Enghave Station. As a Metro station is scheduled to open within two years time (from February 2017) much closer to actual the Enghave park and square, the name "Enghave Station" will be more suitable for the upcoming Metro Line 3, which will become one out of 17 stations on Copenhagen's answer to London's Circle Line, at least as it use to be, at London.