Sharpen your horns at the Viking market

Ishøj Viking Market

Just in case you missed out on the summer Viking market season around the country, here is a last chance to sharpen your horns and take the short trip to Ishøj to witness the unwashed warriors at home, work and play.

Sep 13-14, 10:00-17:00; Ishøj Tange; 40kr; ishojvikinggemarked.dk


Visit Karlebo Windmill 

Go to the coast to see the unrun-of-the-mill interior of Karlebo Windmill. Over 175 years old and built in the classic Dutch style, the mill is a rare and well-maintained piece of Danish history. 


A piece of Danish history (Photo by: Fredensborg-mollelaug.dk)

Sep 14, 10:00-15:00;  Kirkeltevej 161, Kokkedal; fredensborg-mollelaug.dk


Travel on a vintage train

Former gravel pits have been transformed into a recreational area where you catch a 10km ride on a steam and diesel locomotive on Denmark’s longest narrow gauge track. 
 


Hit the road with a vintage train (Photo by: Ibk.dk)

Sun Sep 14; Hedelands Veteranbane, Brandhøjgårdsvej 2, Hedehusene; 32-64kr; ibk.dk


The Model (giant playground)

The giant playground at Arken ensures children can enjoy themselves on bouncy castles and the like while you explore the museum. Staff encourage the children so that your little artists can express themselves. 


Limitless space for self-expression (Photo by: arken.dk)

Until Dec 7; Arken, Skovvej 100, Ishøj; 0-95kr; arken.dken


Children’s Wing at Louisiana

Three floors of creative fun awaits in the Children’s Wing at Louisiana with free artistic workshops.  Drop the kids off there while you peruse the museum. 

 


We play, create and simply have fun (Photo by: Louisiana.dk)
 

Gl Strandvej 13, Humlebæk; open Tue-Fri 11:00-22:00, Sat-Sun 11:00-18:00; children free, adults 110kr; louisiana.dk
 





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