Address: Jacob Fortlingsvej 1, 2770 Kastrup, Denmark.
This National aquarium of Denmark is currently located in Copenhagen. This is the largest aquarium in Northern Europe. You can enjoy a full day over here by seeing thousands of animals. This aquarium provides information about varied marine life. The total area is divided in to 5 sectors with 53 exhibits.
Address: Langelinie, 2100 København Ø, Denmark.
This bronze statue is another great attraction of Copenhagen. This statue was built in 1913 by Edvard Eriksen; the theme explains a mermaid changing as a woman. The statue is 1.25 meters tall, you can see on a rock on the waterside at Langelinie.
Address: Vesterbrogade 3, 1630 København V, Denmark.
Tivoli gardens are considered as World's second oldest amusement park located in Copenhagen, opened on 15 August 1843. It has an amazing garden where cultural events and various arts are performing. While talking about amusement parks, it has a wooden roller coaster, highest attraction, and so many interesting rides, especially for kids.
Address: Freetown Christiania, Copenhagen Municipality, Denmark.
You can find this community in Copenhagen, is also called Christiania. Here you can see a lot of creative houses in approximately 7 hectares of land. A lot of military buildings also existed in this area. The idea behind this community formation is 'each individual is responsible for well- being of the society'. Here you can enjoy music events, cultural programs, art galleries, etc.
Address: Prins Jørgens Gård 1, 1218 København, Denmark.
This palace cum government building is located in central Copenhagen. You will get a chance to visit the Danish Supreme court & Prime Minister's office over here. Most of the parts of Palaces are opens for the public. This is the only building in the World that consists of all three governmental bodies like Executive, judicial & legislative. The other interesting areas are the Royal Reception hall, Palace chapel, etc.
Address: Nyhavn, København K, Denmark.
This would be amazing scenery for you. Nyhavn is a waterfront district, both sides of the canal you can see traditional houses. The top highlights are 17th & 18th century buildings include cafes, restaurants, houses, etc. Some of the popular Danish films were taken in Nyhavn due to its beauty. Old wooden ships are another attraction of Nyhavn.
Address: Øster Voldgade 4A, 1350 København, Denmark.
This Royal castle is situated on King's Park, Copenhagen. This palace has 400 yrs. of long history & built by Christian IV in the Renaissance style of architecture. Since 1710, this castle was used as a Royal residence. This castle has a large Reception hall, royal collections, king?s chambers & other artifacts represent the culture of those periods.
Address: Copenhagen, Denmark.
Stroget is a shopper's paradise. This pedestrian shopping street is located in the Old city of Copenhagen. You will get all World brand items as well as low budget items too. This street has many historic town squares and you will get many traditional Danish dishes from restaurants over here. For entertaining visitors, numbers of events are also on-going.
Address: Dantes Plads 7, 1556 København, Denmark.
This well-known art museum is located in Copenhagen, established in 1882. Here you can find modern as well as traditional art forms, makes this museum so special for visitors. Various sculptures of ancient periods like Mediterranean and exhibits paintings of famous artists also can find here. This museum is used for conducting some cultural events too.
Address: Prince's Mansion, Ny Vestergade 10, 1471 København K, Denmark.
This is the largest museum of Denmark, helps to understand the cultural and historical background of Denmark. This museum is so attractive with various collections of the Stone age, Viking age, middle age & modern periods, etc. This museum provides an opportunity in the areas of research includes archaeology, anthropology, communication, science, etc.
Address: Sankt Annæ Gade 29, 1416 København, Denmark.
You will never forget the sceneries from the top portion of this Church. The Baroque architecture style is very attractive and this church was opened in 1752. Another notable fact about this church is it has the largest carillon which plays melodies every day on a particular time. The interior walls are decorated with granite and tiles, the altarpiece here considered as the masterpiece of Nicodemus Tessin. The corkscrew spire is also a highlight of this Church.
Address: Købmagergade 52A, 1150 København, Denmark.
By standing at the center of Copenhagen, it attracts the number of visitors every day. The purpose of the construction of this building is astronomical observations. This is a cylindrical tower, 7.5 turns spiral ramp which is the only access to reach the top of the tower, and from the top, you can see the beauty of entire Copenhagen. Public observatories, exhibitions, etc are some interesting facts about this tower.
Address: Roskildevej 32, 2000 Frederiksberg, Denmark.
This would be the best way to entertain your kids. This is a zoological garden established in 1859. It stretches around 11 acres and considered as one of the oldest Zoos in Europe. This Zoo maintains more than 4000 animals include Humboldt penguins, California sea lions, American flamingos, scarlet ibises, Tasmanian devils, etc.