Autumn Break has arrived – here are our tips on what to do with kids

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Autumn Break has arrived!

The time has come for everyone to stop and look around at the changing colour of the trees, to breathe in some fresh air and recharge ready for an exciting end of 2019. The Autumn holiday has arrived, and here are some ideas for you and the kids on what to do, see and experience. 

In and around Copenhagen it isn’t hard to find exciting things to do at any given time, but these are our recommendations:

SMK Children’s Workshop
Every weekend, also during the holidays, Statens Museum for Kunst opens their doors to host the biggest workshop for children from ages 3 and up. Get stuck in with plaster, paint and clay!

Admission is free and more information can be found here: https://www.smk.dk/en/section/children-and-families/

Climbing walls at Blocs & Walls
From the age of 3 and up, why not book 2 hours of supervised wall climbing in the city’s biggest climbing center Blocs and Walls. This activity is also great to do with a group of friends and costs 250 dkk on weekdays for 2 hours with an experienced climber.

Find all the information here: http://www.blocs-walls.dk/privat/

Zoologisk Have – behind the scenes
The staff of this classic Copenhagen zoo will be letting you get a close look behind the scenes this holiday, showing you what the feeding ritual entails and how to prepare for the animals that soon will go into hibernation. It will be an experience never to forget. Prices start from 105 dkk.

More information is to be found here: https://www.zoo.dk/

Of course there is also Tivoli, Louisiana and an array of films on at various cinemas. ‘Felix, Mugge og Vejfesten’ and ‘Den Lille Afskyelige Snemand’ are great films with a good message, suitable from age 5 and up.

As well as in Copenhagen, there are lots of exciting things to do in the Aarhus area, hope you will get inspired to get out and about!

‘Den Lille Prins’ Theater in Musikhuset
See our favourite book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry in a wonderful theater show for the whole family at Musikhuset in the centre of Aarhus. The show is suitable for ages 6 and up and prices range from 120 dkk - 200 dkk.

Book your tickets here: https://musikhusetaarhus.dk/arrangementer/den-lille-prins/#dates

Moesgaard Museum Forest Tour
Take a guided tour through the beautiful surroundings of Moesgaard where you will discover about all the animals that live in the forest, the old watermill and the history of this wonderful place. After the walk, enjoy a cup of hot chocolate and a view over the rolling hills of the orchard. Entry is at 150 dkk.

Tickets can be booked here: https://shop.moesgaardmuseum.dk/events/loevfaldstur?utm_medium=email&utm_source=mailchimp&utm_campaign=loevfaldstur&utm_term=loevfaldstur&utm_content=newsletter&mc_cid=227d3a9eb8&mc_eid=cb340496d5

Treasure hunt and making witch soup at the Natural History Museum
Open daily from 9.00, Naturhistorisk Museum has a wonderful array of activities planned for the upcoming Autumn break, including an exciting treasure hunt and making a witch soup. And for all the fans of ‘BIDT BRÆNDT STUKKET’: Morten DD will be visiting the museum to talk all about the tricks used on the program! Kids have free admission.

Find all the information here: https://www.naturhistoriskmuseum.dk/Default.aspx?ID=5077


Have a lovely time!