Royal North Sealand is for children as well! In the old days it was the playground of the kings, today all children can try out lots of fun things and activities, making the holiday a success all the year. You can play a knight or a princess at Frederiksborg Castle, a real fairytale castle tickling your imagination. At Kronborg, you must descend into the cold and a bit scary casemates to greet Holger Danske – bring your flashlight. Take your family on a porpoise safari on Øresund to see the smallest whale in Denmark, or experience an underwater world at the aquarium Øresundsakvariet. At Hundested Harbour you can pat fishes in the two shallow tanks on the platform by the quay, but if you’re more into playing pilot or fireman, you must visit the Technical Museum, Danmarks Tekniske Museum. Every year Esrum Abbey features a fantastic knights’ market with lots of activities for the whole family, and at the Flynderupgård Museum, you can try country life as it was in the old days. A trip on the vintage steam train Nordsjællands Veterantog is lovely for little and big ones, but for more action go skating in the Multiparken or give yourself a challenge in Til Tops, featuring four different tree climbing tracks and a titillating ropeway. Get ideas for many other fun experiences for children on the page.
Princess Marie or princess Isabella? At Frederiksborg Castle dreams can become reality
The Children’s Wing at Louisiana has 500 m² spread over three floors. Here children can be creative and explore art in their very own way. There is an open workshop every day.
On Lisevej lies the popular children playground, which includes swing, slide, balance beams, racks, covered and packed lunches and the Sea-bull you can climb on - if you dare!. According to legend, the sea-bull went up onto the land and ploughed up the sand, until it had sanded up the fields because the farmers had stolen its cattle.
In mp:H Multiparken in Elsinore it really is full speed ahead. You’re going to try your hand at parkour and skate on the 3000 sqm. large area, BOWLEN.
In Hornbæk you find Til-Tops, North Sealand’s only climbing park. There are courses of various levels of difficulty, which are carefully adapted to your child’s age and weight.
Esrum Abbey's nature playground is inspired by medieval villages, with plenty of opportunities for play and exercise for children and childish adults.
The Museum is a paradise for curious children and adults. Here are family experiences at full power! You learn all about science, engineering and industry – including aviation.
Discover Øresundsakvariet and the wildlife in the Øresund. Feel a starfish or a scallop in the large touch aquariums or take part in feeding the animals or some of the many other activities.
Experience the farm animals and zoo animals in North Sealand as well as all the fish and sea life that lives around our coastline
At Grønnehavegård you can go on guided tours to the many different types of animals and the children can also pet guinea pigs, bunnies, chickens and cats.