Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
City Guide
City Guide
City Guide
City Guide
City Guide
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
Copenhagen
City Guide
City Guide
City Guide
City Guide
City Guide
IN A NUTSHELL

Visit Copenhagen With Kids

Copenhagen offers so much to do and see as the capital of Denmark from culture to architecture – It’s also very child friendly.

Book that trip now & visit Copenhagen with your kids of any age.

Ideal For Toddler

80%

Ideal for Older Children

90%
LOCATION

Where should a family stay?

Copenhagen is very child friendly and designed to be open to families. No area is better than other.

Most hotels are family friendly. Those that aren’t, usually indicate they are ‘adults only’. Air bnb is also very easy to use here though beware – a lot of Copenhagen apartments are in old buildings that do not have a lift.

We however love:

Frederiksberg

A residential area within Copenhagen lined with trees, gardens and streets full  of cafés and gourmets spots.

Vesterbro

A hip, cool location that actually has a family vibe for family living.

Copenhagen Family
Copenhagen zoo
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Activities for children ages 0-5

Tiring our babies and toddlers whilst they absorb all that is around them.

Copenhagen Zoo (paid)
Frederiksberg Park (free)
Blue Planet (paid)
Children's Museum (Frederiksberg)
Tivoli (Paid)
Valby Park (Free)
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Activities for older kids

Keeping the older kids happy, entertained, and reducing the amount of times they ask for a screen or complain about being bored.

Experimentarium (Paid)
Tivoli (Paid)
Valby Park (Free)
Space Museum (Paid)
National Gallery of Denmark (children’s workshops)
Valby Water Culture House
Tivoli Copenhagen
Frederiksberg Park
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Parks & Playgrounds

Copenhagen is a city with a tonne of parks and playgrounds. They are difficult to miss!

Valby Park

Frederiksberg Park

Rosenborg Castle Gardens

Children’s Traffic Playground –Fælledparken

Fælledparken Østerbro – the Tower Playground

Insider tip: schools now have an ‘open weekend policy’ so you can even use school playgrounds – they’re usually open 🙂

FOOD

Family-friendly cafés & restaurants

Most restaurants and cafés are family friendly including the below.

Boulebar

La Rocca

Sporvejen

Leckerbaer

Café No. 11

BOB Bistro

Lagkagehuset

Gasoline Grill

Halifax Burgers

Sticks ’N’ Sushi

Pirateriet, Tivoli

Torvehallernekbh

Herkules Pavilionen

The Laundromat Café

La Fiorita Pizzeria & Salumeria

Restaurant Folk, Copenhagen Zoo

Copenhagen Cafes
Copenhagen Transport
TRANSPORTATION

Getting Around

As you can imagine, in Copenhagen the metro is very easy.

For the brave, bikes – this is a cycling city.

However buses and metro are very pram friendly.

TOY

Toys

BR – toy shop

Lego Toy Store – Of course

Copenhagen toyshop

Insider Tips

Weather

Make sure you prepare a onesie full-body jacket and gloves for the playground. Don’t forget your wellies!

School Playgrounds

Some schools now have an ‘open weekend policy’ so you can even use school playgrounds - they’re usually open.

Baby Naps

Some Danes, leave their babies outside cafes to nap in their prams- perfectly safe (though weird!)

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