Activities for kids in Copenhagen

Are you travelling to Copenhagen with kids? Don’t worry, there’s lots of entertainment for kids of all ages. Find playgrounds for everyone, large or small, child-friendly museums and plenty of other fun things to do for kids in Copenhagen.

Lots of fun things to do for kids in Copenhagen

Copenhagen is one of the best big cities to visit with kids. There is plenty of room for prams and pushchairs on the metro and trains, and regardless of the season, you can always find fun child-friendly activities.

Blegdamsremisen indoor playground

Bouncy Castle, a giant ship and tumble mattress. Hours of fun await at the indoor, supervised playground at Blegdamsremisen. Tiny architects are welcome in the LEGO room. Enjoy a quiet moment with a puzzle and your own lunch in the kitchen. The indoor playground in Blegdamsremisen is popular among kids of all ages and is a popular destination for kids in Copenhagen.

The Workers Museum at kids height

What was life like for a child in the 1930s? You can find out at the Workers Museum. Pay a visit to a child’s room, see all the toys and find out whether kids really had to work everyday in the old days.

Copenhagen Zoo

Get right up close to animals from all over the world at the Copenhagen Zoo. Gaze at polar bears swimming above you in the Arctic Ring. The breathtaking elephant house lets you get up close to the mighty elephants. And in the children’s zoo, kids will find hours of entertainment in the playground and have a chance to pet the pint-sized goats.

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Experimentarium offers adventures for people of all ages. In the Miniverse, kids over the age of 1 year can play in safe surroundings. Natural science is linked to play for the youngest visitors. Older kids learn about their bodies, enjoy the interactive cinema and explore the House of Inventions. There are 18 fun exhibits in total.

Tivoli Gardens

Located in the middle of Copenhagen are the wondrous Tivoli Gardens. First built in 1843, they still feature on the must-visit list of most tourists when they come to Copenhagen. Feel the adrenaline pumping and the wind whipping through your hair on one of the big rides, try your luck in a raffle or enjoy a quiet moment among the multitude of flowers in the gardens.