Travelling to Copenhagen with Kids? Here’s What You Need to Know
Danish culture has bestowed the kids with beautiful nature. Also, in the Danish democratic tradition, kids are neither spoilt nor scolded. Copenhagen is an amazing place to explore with kids. As it is not overwhelmingly a huge city, second, it is loaded with imaginative landmarks like grand royal residences, soaring spires, waterfront warehouses decorated in colors and castles just like they depict in the fairytales. If you are visiting Copenhagen with children, these are the places you can visit with them.
- Tivoli gardens
Tivoli Gardens is the best place to take your children to. It was built in the year 1843 stretched across the 15 city center acres of green gardens and lakes and also has the tallest carousel in the world. You will also find a pantomime theatre, concerts and many places to enjoy cotton candy. When you visit at nights, you will see the park adorned with million tiny colored lights. If you are looking for an accommodation nearby, try the holiday apartments in Copenhagen.
- Frederiksberg Have
Copenhagen is loaded with parks, gardens, and places for kids to make the most of their fun time. If your kids love football, take them to the largest park of Copenhagen named Fælledparken, you can also picnic at Frederiksberg Have, build sandcastles of white sand at Amager Beach or spend some time amid the nature in Botanical Garden.
- Det Lille Teater
Copenhagen is also equipped with theatres inclined to children. Visit Det Lille Teater or the Small Theater to give them a dose of giggle and gasp, no matter in what language the play is in. You can also visit Anemone Teatret which is another family based theater that hosts afternoon shows and many times, Hans Christian Andersen’s stories. If your kid is artistic, take them to the National Gallery of Denmark that has a Children’s Museum of Art that holds exhibitions especially for the kids where they can immerse themselves into paint, pencils, paper, canvas and clay.
- For the kids who love science
5kms from the north, you will find Copenhagen’s Experimentarium which is a haunt for young Einsteins. The place exhibits on science and coolest stuff like surfing a giant wave without getting wet and experiencing an earthquake of 5.5, or maybe even taking an elevator ride through the human body and many experiments on thoughts and perception. You can also visit the Tycho Brahe Planetarium, if your kid loves astronomy.