Warming up for Easter

Looking to get a little more than chocolate bunnies and candy eggs out of the Easter season? Visit the baby animals at the Copenhagen Zoo or take the kids on a mystical Easter egg hunt.

 

Baby animals at the zoo
Come and meet the many new additions to the zoo including a baby hippo, lion cub, red panda, chimpanzee, goats, kangaroos, emu, and an elephant cub named Khao Sok! During this special Easter event, visitors will be able to learn about elephant life, how the zookeepers take care of the baby animals, and about the amazing underwater life led by Mona the baby hippo.

CPH Zoo, Roskildevej 38, Frederiksberg; starts Sat, ends April 1, open daily 10:00-18:00; tickets: 150kr, Children 90kr; www.zoo.dk

 

Castle Easter Egg Hunt
Go on an Easter egg hunt among the mystical ruins under Christiansborg Castle! There will be prizes drawn for the visitors who find the special eggs.

Ruins under Christiansborg Castle, Christiansborg Slot, Prins Jørgens Gård 1, Cph K; starts Sat, ends April 1, open daily 10:00-17:00; tickets: Children 20kr, Adults 40kr; www.christiansborg.dk

 

Easter Lego Workshop: Bridge Spectacle
This Easter, learn about bridges and their uses! During the workshop, children will be challenged to build an imaginative bridge out of LEGO bricks. Become inspired by Copenhagen’s bridges and redesign them to create a safer cycling city.

Danish Architecture Centre, Strandgade 27B, Cph K; starts Sat, ends April 1, open daily 10:00-17:00; tickets 60kr

 

Katrine from ‘Lille Nørd’ performs live
Watch Lille Nørd’s very own Katrine as she presents her first solo album for children! Known for her work with animals, Katrine is sure to shed her knowledge, and song, onto audience members this Saturday! Performing with a live band, children have the opportunity to have a real concert experience!

Frederiksberg Library, Falkoner Plads 3, Frederiksberg; Sat 11:00; www.fkb.dk





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