June 10-14, open Mon-Thu 09:00-16:30, Fri 9:00-13:00; Nørretorv 22, Ringsted; free adm; boernefestival.ringsted.dk; ages 3-12
It’s that time of the year for the family to take a short trip together!
Enjoy concerts, theatre performances, shows and a selection of more than 45 activities for kids at the Ringsted Children’s Festival.
Young ones can participate or just enjoy and watch with the family.
And if they’re feeling creative, they can show off by participating in paint activities, readings and magic games.
For the big ones, there will also be a flea market if you want to take a break from the craziness.
June 21, 15:45-16:30; 150kr; Absalon, Sønder Boulevard 73, Cph V; ages 4-6
It’s time for kids to shake their body.
This creative dancing event enables children to be creative with their body and movements.
It encourages them to express themselves through their movements and to remind them that nobody should be entitled to judge if is right or wrong. An episode of the appaling So You Think You Can Dance, it ain’t.
The only rule is to have fun and laugh, laugh and laugh!
Mostly dominated by pop and African savannah music, the line-up also includes ambience, salsa, hip-hop and swing to get those jazz hands working!
Bring your kids and feel the beat!
Trip to the garden
June 7, 16:30; meet at Botanical Gardens entrance near Nørreport Station, Cph K; adults 150kr; snm.ku.dk
Don’t miss this opportunity to take your kids on a guided tour of one of the most wonderful places in the city: the Botanical Gardens.
Explore the capital’s largest collection of living plants and the only genebank of all wild plants in Denmark.
The garden is affiliated to the largest Danish herbaria collections.
Right now, the garden’s flowers are in full bloom, but make sure you take a detour into its greenhouses – particularly the famous Palmehus, which was erected in 1874.
Come with the family and enjoy the fresh air, sun, green grass and colours of the magnificent flowers!
SMK Children’s Workshop
June 10, 11:30-16:30; Statens Museum for Kunst, Sølvgade 48-50, Cph K; 30kr + entry; smk.dk
Come to a print-making workshop at Denmark’s national gallery. It has our stamp of approval! Make your own prints using potato, beetroot and more. Don’t worry – there will be artists to help you tap into your imagination!
Rhythm is a dancer
every Sunday, 14:30-15:15; Absalon, Sønder Boulevard 73, Cph V; ages 2-4
Mum, Dad: bring the small ones along with you and prepare to sing, play and dance together! Have a wonderful bonding time with your kids. Professional musicians with experience of interacting with kids will be present to help you.
June 25, 10:30, 15:00 & 17:00; Tivoli, Vesterbrogade 3, Cph V; included in admission to Tivoli, over-7s: 110-120kr, under-7s: free adm
Young gymnasts from all over the country will be showing off their skills on the Open Air Stage at Tivoli. Come with the family and prepare to be amazed.
Fly me to the Moon
Various times; Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Gammel Kongevej 10, Cph V; 85kr; planetariet.dk
Can you imagine what it must be like to fly to the Moon? This movie might be in Danish, but it’s still a great ride. Treat your kids to the experience of being aboard the Apollo 11 spacecraft – this is one small step they’ll never forget!
Tour of the museum
Tue-Sun 10:00-16:30; Nationalmuseet, Prinsens Palæ, Ny Vestergade 10, Cph K; free adm; natmus.dk
Learn about the old days in Denmark with the family. This is an exclusive tour and activities just for the smallest. It’s the perfect opportunity for them to have fun and learn about Denmark’s history.