Copenhagen's crown jewel, Tivoli Gardens, is a fairytale for kids, offering both the fun of the fair, the peace and tranquillity of a park. Copenhagen also has a state of the art Zoo, clea harbour baths with children pools and life-guards, the ancient Round Tower with a splendid wiew of the city and much more.
As a new great feature, Denmark’s Aquarium, The Blue Planet, will open in 2013. This much anticipated building will be overlooking the Øresund and will connect land and sea, drawing both the great outdoors and visitors inside.
From 12 - 21 October 2012 Danish children are on autumn break, which means the city will explode with family-oriented events.
Anemone teatret is a small family theater in Copenhagen.
Lush woodlands with free range deer and the world's oldest amusement park.
The swimming stadium in Copenhagen appears as a beautiful modern building where the suspended roof sits in state over the asphalt jungle.
At BonBon Land you will have a day full of fun.
Denmark's biggest protected industrial plant, Brede Works, is offering the public a range of experiences showing the huge industrial development that has changed the everyday lives of the Danes.
Find out what is was like to grow up in Denmark in the 1930's.
Let the kids loose in this amazing interactive museum where they can touch all exhibits!
The Children’s Museum of Art presents two annual exhibitions geared specifically towards a children's perspective.
At the Danish Film Institute's in Copenhagen, Cinemateket, you can catch a broad selection of classical and art films, among others short films, and documentaries. You can also bring your children to see films for free.
The Circus Museum near Copenhagen is a fun museum for children to visit.Walk in the clown’s footsteps, experience the magic of conjuring tricks or step into the ring yourself.
04.Jul.2013 - 27.Jul.2013
Circus Summarum is a different circus show for kids and those who love to play. Here you can experience fun and games with the characters you know from Ramasjang.
Sightseeing in Copenhagen in new dimensions with Kayak-Ole.
If your kids are slightly exhausted from all the sightseeing, treat them to a day at the Copenhagen Skatepark.
Feel the presence of history at one of the many fortifications around Copenhagen.
On a rainy day, take a luxury break and enjoy the great swimming pools in DGI-byen in Copenhagen.
DieselHouse in Copenhagen is built around a mammoth-sized B&W diesel engine from 1932, which for more than 30 years was the largest diesel engine in the world.
The one and only Disney Store in The Nordic countries is situated in Copenhagen on Amagertorv 8 (Strøget).
Explore the modern activity center, travel back in time, test your knowledge at the interactive table and much more at the Ejby Bunker.
Monastery from the Middle Ages.Esrum Abby is open to the public and holds both a museum, the Broder Rus restaurant, a herbal garden, and several outdoor acitivites all through the year.
22.Jun.2013 - 23.Jun.2013
Medieval market and knights tournament in North Sealand.At the Medieval market at Esrum Abbey inn, you can watch knights in dramatic and forceful tournaments, join in a chain dance, meet the jesters and much more.
Are you curious? And do you love surprising experiences? Then go visit Experimentarium, just north of Copenhagen, and become wiser.With 4,000 square meters, Experimentarium offers countless funny and odd challenges and experiments for all.
Denmark's leading games and comics shop with a 2. floor, where people can meet til play cards and exchange special - and maybe valuable - cards.
Folketeatret is Denmarks oldest, public theater.
Falconers have revived the old Danish tradition of training hawks for hunting. Come by for a show and experience the amazing birds up close.
Frederiksberg swimming bath is one of Denmark's oldest swimming baths. It has both swimming pools and a large wellness area with spa and sauna.
Enjoy a refreshing swim right in the middle of town. The open-air swimming pool Fisketorvet has 3 separate pools: a children's pool, a diving pool, and swimming pool.
The work of Danish painter, sculptor and graphic artist, Henry Heerup (1907-1993) is placed in a fine, light building in Rødovre.
Kildegården is a small farm located in Herlev, where you get close to animals and nature.
Kroppedal Museum in Taastrup outside Copenhagen has a permanent exhibition on Danish astronomy and special exhibitions on archaeology, modern history and astronomy.
Huge LEGO store in CopenhagenIn the store you can see the new award-winning LEGO Games, Harry Potter-themed sets, the best-selling CREATOR and CITY lines, and LEGO DUPLO sets for pre-school children. The LEGO Store is arranged in three main areas the "Pick-A-Brick Wall", the "Living Room", and a "Brand Ribbon".
The Children's Wing gives your children an opportunity to maximize their creative potentials.During the Winter break, the Childrens' Wing offers activities based on the exhibitions Warhol - Early Drawings and Louisiana Contemporary - Tara Donovan. Read about the activities here.
Bring a lunch pack and set a day to explore the vast natural area on Amager - it's twice as big as Dyrehaven!During the holidays you will find special exhibition and activities for kids.
Spend a day in surroundings of scenic beauty.Visit the Open air museum - Frilandsmuseet - and take in a little of the cultural history of everyday life as it used to be at the time of Hans Christian Andersen. Most of the houses appears as in the 19th century, when the famous Danish writer wrote his fairytales
In Fælledparken Østerbro the Tower Playground has risen, as an interactive playground, built around five of Copenhagen's most notable towers: Our Savior's Church, City Hall, Round Tower, the Marble Church and the Exchange Tower.
Royal Smushi Cafe in the heart of Copenhagen combines Danish food and Danish design in a feminine, yet, humorous atmosphere. On the menu, you will find smushi, a Danish open faced sandwich prepared in sushi size.
28.Jun.2013 - 21.Jul.2013
Love play for the whole family when HamletScenen presents Romeo and Juliet in a puppet version at Kronborg Castle.
5 February 2013 Copenhagen Zoo's new and unique facilities for polar bears, North Atlantic birds and seals, The Arctic Ring, opened.Besides the fact that the animals have much better living conditions and space, the new facilities also allow you to get extremely close to the fascinating animals both above and below the water surface; unparalleled in Europe.
The Blue Planet - Aquarium is Northern Europe's largest aquarium and offers a unique experience for children and adults.
In the big halls of The Danish Museum of Science and Technology you will find the development in technology, science and industry.The museum has an impressive collection of steam engines, inventions, electric appliances, bicycles, cars and airplanes.
The Deer Park is popular for outings, picnics, and walks.Today the area is popular for outings, picnics, long walks, jogging, bicycling, horse back riding, or a trip in a horse carriage.
The Danish Film Institute in Copenhagen is a must for cinema-goers, filmmakers and filmbuffs.
23.Aug.2013 - 23.Aug.2013
At Langelinje Pier you will find one of Copenhagen's most visited tourist attractions: The Little Mermaid.The statue from 1913 was originally a gift to the city donated by brewer Carl Jacobsen. On 23 August, she turns 100 years old.
Since 1966 'Det Lille Teater' in Copenhagen has made kids scream and gasp and laugh their hearts out. It offers an excellent introduction to theater.It is often established actors who find their way to Det Lille Teater to do their best to entertain the young crowd.
29.Jun.2013 - 22.Sep.2013
Queen Margrethe is once again behind the creative scenography, when H.C Andersen's classic The Steadfast Tin Soldier takes the stage in Tivoli.
The Theatre Museum is situated in the Old Court Theatre. Its collection describes Danish theatre history from the 1700s to the present day.17 January 1772 the theatre was also center stage for a dramatic event. It was after a masquerade ball at the court theatre that Queen Caroline Mathilde and her lover Johan Friedrich Struensee were arrested and charged with lèse-majesté.
A great place to take your kids when the weather is hot.
Located by the fjord in Roskilde, a mere 35 minutes from Copenhagen, the Viking Ship Museum offers a unique experience to adults and children alike.Discover the impressive collection of Viking ships and other Nordic boats in the museum's beautiful harbour, and during the summer season you will find a long list of activities and exhibitions.
Tivoli is a must for all children and those who like to play. Tivoli is located just a few minutes walk from City Hall, and with the Copenhagen Central Station as its nearest neighbour it is very easy to get to.In 2013 Tivoli Gardens will present a new 600 m2 Tycho Brahe area with three new rides, one of them being the 4G ride Aquila, live music on the programme every day, fireworks every Saturday and international artists like Sting and Suede live on the open air stage.
Kids will have a great time in this recreational area in Vesterbro featuring large playgrounds, a toddler's pool and green lawns ideal for a picnic.
Tycho Brahe Planetarium is Denmark's most advanced centre for popularizing astronomy and space research and promoting knowledge on natural science. You can watch spectacular IMAX films – the largest film format in the world and digital 3D films – they take you below the surface of the sea, out in space, or into the jungle.
Valby Vandkulturhus is located next to Valbyhallen and is a swimming stadium for the whole family. It also offers a large wellness area.
Vesterbro swimming bath is for the whole family and besides the bassins, the swimming bath also has infrared sauna, sauna for both men and women and normal sauna.
Turn back time and explore Copenhagen at the Workers' Museum as it unfolded 50, 70, or 120 years ago.
Children's theatre at its best. Danish language only.
5 February 2013 Copenhagen Zoo's new and unique facilities for polar bears, North Atlantic birds and seals, The Arctic Ring, opened.The Copenhagen Zoo has more than 3000 animals from around the world and a total of 264 different species. The elefants live in a state of the art elephant house, and the giraffes and hippos have also gotten new accommodation recently.
Saltwater aquarium in Helsingør.
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