Early February Kids: Eat your brain food!

The Brain and Inventions 
open daily 10:00-16:00; Experimentarium City, Trangravsvej 10-12, Cph K; 105-160kr, experimentarium.dk

Two exhibitions for one entry ticket price, where you can first see what a brain looks like in the flesh and then learn how to improve or trick your brain. 

Test your memory or concentration skills and compare with your family members. 

Once you’ve learnt all there is about how your brain works, you can find out exactly what it is capable of creating and view some of the best Danish inventions and ideas side by side. 

(photo: Colourbox)

The rain is coming
Feb 7-15, 10:00, 12:30 or 15:30; Dansk Arkitektur Center, Strandgade 27B, Cph K; 100-130kr

Rising water levels mean we may have to build underwater in the future. Using LEGO, your child can attempt to construct such a world. Recommended for 5 years and above. 

(photo: Robotoys)

Robotboys: The last show
Ends Feb 28; Aveny-T, Frederiksberg Allé 102, Frederiksberg; 40-295kr

With more than 100 million views on YouTube, Robotboys have now incorporated their crazy dance moves into a story about a mad professor and his creations. In Danish.

(photo: Colourbox)

Round Tower observatory
Jan 6-Feb 25, open Tue & Wed 18:00-21:00; Round Tower, Købmagergade 52A, Cph K

Housing Europe’s oldest working observatory, the Round Tower is open at night for budding astronomers. Maybe the next Tycho Brahe will make themselves known.