Copenhagen is a city that pampers families. In a matter of museums could not be less and practically in all the galleries there are areas or activities created especially for children to enjoy art. Museums for children in Copenhagen The museums in Copenhagen do not stand out internationally for thei
Copenhagen is a city that pampers families. In a matter of museums could not be less and practically in all the galleries there are areas or activities created especially for children to enjoy art.
Museums for children in Copenhagen
The museums in Copenhagen do not stand out internationally for their works or their relevance, but undoubtedly, they have their particular attraction. An extra incentive is that many of them are free.
- Circus Museum
With more than 110,000 objects from the circus world, this museum is one of the most complete of its kind in the world. A magical place to enjoy with children learning about juggling, tricks or animals. You will be able to try on clown costumes, demonstrate your skill, see famous performances and learn about the history of the circus.
The museum is located in Hovedporten, 6.
The opening hours of the museum are from Sunday to Thursday from 11:00 to 15:00.
- National Museum
The National Museum of Denmark houses documents and objects of the country's cultural history. It is located in an exceptional seventeenth century mansion, which once housed the Danish royalty.
The museum offers exhibitions with pieces of the last 10,000 years in Denmark and Scandinavia, but far from what we can think, the visit is not boring for children, since the National Museum has a special space for them where they can discover how The Danes of prehistory, middle age or Renaissance were dressed, ate or worked.
The museum is located in the center of Copenhagen: Ny Vestergade 10.
The entrance to the National Museum of Denmark is free.
The opening hours of the museum are from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Close on Mondays
The Danish Science Center Experimentarium is a fun and educational museum aimed at encouraging public interest in science.
The permanent exhibition occupies 4,100 square meters and consists of about 300 samples divided by themes such as energy, dynamic earth or soap bubbles. Although the entire Experimentarium tour is very enjoyable for the whole family, the children have a specific pavilion for them.
The museum is located in Tuborg Havnevej 7, Hellerup
The opening hours of the museum are from Monday to Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Tuesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Admission is 19 euros for adults and 12 euros for children between 3 and 11 years old.
The Open Air Museum in Copenhagen proposes a journey back in time to the rural Denmark of centuries ago. It is a recreation with buildings of the time and actors who give life to a Danish people from the time of Hans Christian Andersen.
The museum is located on the outskirts of Copenhagen, in Lyngby: Kongevejen 100.
The opening hours are from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. It closes on Mondays and during the months of November to March.
Admission is free.
Copenhagen is a famous city in terms of design. Therefore, the Danish Museum of Art and Design, located in a former hospital, is an interesting visit. The collections range from clothing, paintings, glassware or upholstery, to furniture or posters from different eras. But the museum not only focuses on Danish design, but also shows pieces from other regions. Stands out for its value, the oriental design area.
The museum is located in Bredgade 68.
Opening hours are from Tuesday to Sunday, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Admission costs 6 euros for adults. Children under 18 years old, do not pay entrance fee.