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Experimentarium is a science centre for all of Denmark. Since 1991, we have explored the world through science and technology together with millions of curious children and adults. Read about our mission.
The Experimentarium re-opened in 2017 after a complete make-over. The science center truly is a celebration of curiosity, dedicated to playful science and offering hours of fun for the entire familiy. Experimentarium brings science to life through hands-on exploration. Three indoor floors with 18…
Your best bet for a rainy day. Educational fun for the whole family, with activities that are enjoyable for kids and adults of all ages. Pricey but will keep you entertained all day.
A place where you can make all kind of experiments, very popular for kids and youngsters.
The most fun museum in Copenhagen. Lots of stuff to try out and a awsome area for kids.
Large interactive children's science center and playground for children ages 1 year and up. Listed on Time Magazines "100 Greatest Places" to visit. For the youngest children, there is a play area for small children (1-5 years) called "The Miniverse". They have different activities and shows…
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