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All reviews copenhagen card all ages great fun rainy day science museum few hours whole family young kids great place for kids two sons bring your own hands on activities amazing place year olds human body any age grown ups
This was part of the Copenhagen card and I am a fan of science museums so it was inevitable that I went here.
The building design was impressive from the outisde and inside the spiral stairs was the highlight.
There were a lot of activities...More
We went last Mon with our daughter and little grandsons (2 & 4) on a rainy miserable day. We arrived at noon and had to drag the boys out when it was closing at 5. There is so much to do that you can't possibly...More
This Museum is wonderful with so many different activities for the young and young at heart. A solid 4 hours was hardly enough but good consolation on a previous visit. The cafe has limited food but will happily allow you to eat your own should...More
Thank Judy M
AndersB2385, Digital editor at Experimentarium, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2018
Hi! Thanks a lot for the kind words. We're thrilled that you liked us! Hope to see you again!
Went there with the three year old. At each area all the senses are engaged and we were surprised to see that in fact there is a linit for the energy for the kid. Lot of interactive and fun playgrounds.
We were recommended this visit by our hosts in Copenhagen who assured us our kids would love it.
We were a little put off by the 40 minute bus journey across town but it so worth it.
Our children aged 2,9 and 10 just loved...More
spent over four hours here but could have easily stayed all day - free with the Copenhagen card. Very clever lay out with so much to try and learn from - it was the highlight of the city break for my son. Well laid out...More
Great centre of science for all, loved the live dissection of the pigs intestines! But also plenty of lighter stuff like thebubble show or the cinema in which you play a character, the wind and light experiments, lots and lots. You will easily spent 4-5...More
This was actually more fun than I expected. The kids loved it, running around to all the stations to test and try. Big soap bubbles, light rooms, noise testing and so on. Much to do, we stayed for three hours and could probably have stayed...More
I strongly recommend this museum has something to do here in Copenhagen. It was incredible! We have loved the entire interactive museum for the entire family. One highlight was water world area where we got to examine physical forces with water. Another highlight was the...More
Experimantarium is full of science experiments and of 2 floors . Even if u start by 10 am u will not be able to do all the experiments by 5 pm. Also u have to be on ur toes all the time which will make you tired n then wont... More
Experimantarium is full of science experiments and of 2 floors . Even if u start by 10 am u will not be able to do all the experiments by 5 pm. Also u have to be on ur toes all the time which will make you tired n then wont get to enjoy tivoli gardens at night at the fullest. My advice would be do half the experimantarium n leave for tivoli gardens as distance between them is also of 20-30 min .so you enjoy both the activities