The museum district offers plenty of opportunities for the youngest visitors.

Children’s Art Workshop

Every weekend you can visit the Workshops for Children at SMK – The National Gallery of Denmark. Here, at Copenhagen’s largest art studio for children you can try out a lot of different materials and create your very own artwork.

A journey to the past
Through games and using their senses children visiting The Workers Museum can experience how it was to be a working-class child generations ago. Playing at the Kids’ Workers Museum, the children can try working at the brewery, or as a delivery boy or girl in the grocer’s shop, playing house in a 1930s flat, or visiting the pawnbroker. The exhibition is especially suited for children aged 3-12.

The museum district has plenty of opportunities for children, who can play at the playgrounds in the King’s Gardens and Østre Anlæg.  The King’s Gardens are also home to the historic puppet theatre Marionet Teatret, and Østre Anlæg sports a basketball and tennis court, a shallow pool in summer and a sleighing hill in winter.

Admission for children and adults
Many museums offer free admission to children, but not all of them. Check the museums ticket prices. Adults get free admission to the museums with a Parkmuseerne-ticket. Everyone has free admission to the parks.

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