Early-April kids: Nothing will ever look the same again!

PULS: Everyday life upside down
opened March 27, open Mon-Wed and Fri 10:00-16:00, Thu 10:00-19:00, Sat-Sun 10:00-17:00; Experimentarium City, Trangravsvej 10-12, Cph K; from 105kr; experimentarium.dk

Get your pulse racing at Experimentarium City’s new exhibition, PULS – hverdagen på hovedet (PULS – everyday life upside down). Set in a 600 sqm oversized house, you could be forgiven for thinking you’ve turned into one of the Borrowers.

Pushing a shopping trolley in a human-sized hamster wheel is just one of the exhibition pieces meant to inspire movement. Others include Tarzan-style hanging from tea towels to turn off lights and knocking someone out of their armchair – modern day rodeo.

Remember the lasers in Mission Impossible? Experimentarium has a similar corridor but with strings, not lasers, you need to avoid.

Being able to jump high and having good hand-eye co-ordination are also advantages for getting through the house tasks.

The house also includes a bathroom where you have to bust a move in time to the rhythm. Even if you start out not performing well, you are effectively exercising ‘at home’.

The tasks are timed and meant to be completed in a couple of minutes.

Teams of 2-5 people register at ‘Midten’, where you enter your email so you can see and receive pictures of your team doing the eight activities.

It’s also the place to solve quizzes regarding physical fitness. Sensible shoes are recommended.

Write an Easter letter
Nationalmuseet, Ny Vestergade 10, Apr 2, 3 and 6, 12:00-15:00; 30kr; natmus.dk

Make a ‘gækkebrev’, a letter that you do not sign. If the receiver guesses you’re the sender, they win, if they don’t, you win. The prize is an Easter egg.

Circus school
April 5, 12, 19 and 16, 11:00-12:30; Circus Museum, Hovedporten 6, Hillerød; cirkusmuseet.dk

Learn to juggle, walk a tightrope and perform trapeze acts. If time runs out, the museum shop has the equipment to buy and take home.

Ghanaian dancing class
Thu 16:00-16:45; Dansekapellet, Bispebjerg Torv 1, Cph NV; 25kr per person; dansekapellet.dk; ages 3+

Ghanaian musician and dance teacher Michael Domfeh will teach you some of the traditional dances he knows. He will also tell you a bit about the origin of 
the dancing styles.

Living in an egg
April 1-6, 11:00-14:00; Dansk Arkitektur Center, Strandgade 27B, Cph K;100kr; sign up dac.dk

Can you live in an egg is the question you can attempt to answer! The workshop lets you build a home in a literal egg and then take it home.

Making flowers
open weekends, 10:30-16:30; SMK, Sølvgade 48, Cph K; 45kr; smk.dk

Celebrate the return of spring by making paper flowers with pipe cleaner stems. That way, even if the frost comes back, you can have something nice to look at.

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