Best kid attractions in Denmark
Find your way to world famous Danish amusements and experiences like Tivoli and Legoland.
In Denmark, you find high-class attractions like amusement parks, museums for kids, playgrounds and not to forget to thousands of kilometres of unspoilt beaches.
Just visit one of Denmark’s national museums. Most of them have special areas for kids, where they can get stuck in with drawing, painting, exploring exhibitions.
What about visit one of Denmark`s fascinating Science Centres, where children and adults alike can get hands-on science experiences.
Denmark is covered with well-equipped public playgrounds. These are great places to take your children, and perhaps also get to know some local Danish children. Public playgrounds are mostly in parks, but you can also find playgrounds in some forests. Get information from the local tourist office about how to find the nearest playground.
What to do on a day tour
Because of the small distance in Denmark is a secure country to move around with kids. The offers are also plenty, and it is easy to take public transport and organise car hire.
If you visit Copenhagen, it is possible to bring your children on tour to the Kronborg Shakespeare Castle in the morning, sail in a Viking ship on Roskilde Fjord in the afternoon, and end the day with an exhilarating evening in the Tivoli Gardens in the evening.
To do outside Copenhagen
Do you want a break from Copenhagen, Denmark captivates with a lot of fantastic attractions and outdoor across the country like original Legoland, Djurs Amusement Park or Danfoss Universe.
Regarding practice arrangements, Denmark is a very kid-friendly country, as many attractions, restaurants, hotels, major stores and regional trains offer you quiet spots, changing rooms and child seats.
A safe place to bring kids
Denmark is a safe country. Danes are informal and relaxed, and children are generally welcome everywhere. It is not uncommon to see pushchairs left outside cafes and restaurants with sleeping children. This is a safe and common practice in Denmark and Danes are happy to let their little ones rest in peace outside while keeping a close eye on them from inside. Danish restaurants are typically equipped with highchairs for children, so just ask for one, when you enter.
Discounts for children at hotels
Many hotels in Denmark offer free accommodation for children under 12 years old when they sleep in their parent bed. Check with your hotel at the time of booking to find out about discounts, rules and pricing.