Copenhagen is full of cultural rich places to visit with your children. Each day, Copenhagen opens its doors to offer a new adventure. You might discover a new museum with climbable art, or visit a royal palace and see the soldiers playing soccer. You might go to a park with bronze statues made 100’s of years ago and see clowns practicing juggling or go swimming in the harbor and see a ship with people swing dancing on the deck. Copenhagen is full of surprises at every turn and even if you have visited a place before, there is a world of new experiences to discover through your child’s eyes. The most amazing moments happen between the mundane, so go explore some of the regular places in town and see more.
If you live in Copenhagen and have children then you might already know about these places and just want a quick link to access their calendars. So here are the links.
Copenhagen Zoo daily schedule of events Fantastic views from a kids eye level.
Louisiana Museum – Always amazing art, views and art projects for kids. There is a long slide through the ivy and step stones through a forest near the lake and a huge hill to roll down near the sea, so don’t just stay inside!
Experimentarium City The home page tells the schedule for the day, but only in danish version. Extra tip, go next door to the food truck warehouse, there many boutique restaurant ventors who offer delicious food and the atmosphere is casual, so kids can be playful too.
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Tivoli – Our cities treasured amusement park
Tycho Brahe Planetarium – they offer a ton of free movies if you dont want to splurge for the IMAX, but if you can afford it…they are really amazing. Take a walk around the lake outside if the weather is nice, it makes the day better.
Den Bla Planet – Denmarks Aquarium sits on the water and is architecturally beautiful.
Statens Museum for Kunst (10:30 – 4:30 kids events on weekends click to check calendar)
MiniMaxx – movies for kids everyday at 10 am
AmagerStrand – Activities at the beach
National Museum – Amazing collection and 8 times a year they have after hours events for the public. A must.
Kvarterhuset – Music and theatre
Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek – Egyptian and Ancient Art
Here are some links to places in Denmark that families might visit:
Sagnlandet – Land of Legends – Live, work and eat like a caveman! At the Land of Legends (Sealand, 30 min from Copenhagen), families can volunteer to spend their holidays living in reconstructed Iron Age settlements. Link to open hours and fees, different seasons have different hours – so please check before driving up. Calendar of events
The Historic Sand Dunes – Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse is engulfed in huge drifting dunes with open views to sea, the blueberry scrublands and the woodlands.
Fårup Sommerland (North Jutland) has been hailed as the world’s third-best ‘Children’s Park’ by the leading US industry magazine “Amusement Today”
ARoS in Aarhus – Denmarks most visited museum – cool rainbow exhibit on the roof
We are adding new links all the time. Let us know if you have any suggestions. Happy exploring!