Sunday 11 March 2012


Denmark National Museum/Nationalmuseet

Age: From 3 - 12 years old

Denmark is a very children friendly country and this is also reflected in their museums.

The Danish National Museum has a section for kids called Børnesmuseet - The Children's Museum -  and it is the most fantastic place! Here is a showcase of the Danish's approach to learning and childhood - The children get to learn about history and culture of the Danish civilization, as well as the immigrants' culture in Denmark, namely, Pakistan and Turkey. Kids can play their way through history at the Children's Museum. Here Amy was playing at the real life size exhibit complete with toy food!

The best thing is that it is totally free! A great place to bring overseas guest with children and a great time to kill time in door during winter, or when the weather is bad.

You can see more pictures here:

You can read more about The Children's Museum here:

Opening Hours:
The Danish National Museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm. The Children's Museum (Børnenes Museum) closes at 4.30pm. It is however, open on New Year's day, 2nd Easter Day, Constitution Day, 2nd Pentecostal Day, 2nd Christmas Day and Monday in week 42. The museum is closed on 24 Dec. 25 Dec. and 31 Dec.

Ny Vestergade 10
Postadresse: Frederiksholms Kanal 12,
1220 København K
Tlf: 3313 4411
Informationen (direkte): Tlf. 3347 3850

The Children's Museum is located near the entrance. Turn left immediately after entering the museum and then turn right. You will see a glass door and the sign "Børnenes Museet". Enter.

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