Posts Tagged ‘denmark’

Family Fun at the Statens Museum for Kunst

Happy Museum Monday! We have another fabulous museum from Copenhagen to share with you this week: The Statens Museum for Kunst, or the National Gallery of Denmark. I think it’s also the first art gallery we’ve reviewed in our Monday series so far. It’s been a couple of years since we visited, but I’ve checked […] Read more…

A Worker’s Life at the Arbejdermuseet

Happy Museum Monday! Today’s museum recommendation comes from one of my favourite cities – Copenhagen. It has some fantastically family-friendly museums, one of which is the Arbejdermuseet. It’s been a while since we visited, but from what I gather it’s not changed much. The Arbejdermuseet – or in English ‘Worker’s Museum’ – was opened in the early 1980s by […] Read more…

Travel with Kids – 48 hours in Copenhagen

This year, we’ve been trying to make Advent an extra special time. So on the first Advent weekend, we baked cookies and mulled some cider. On the second Advent weekend, we went on a steam train ride. And this past weekend – the third of Advent – we spent the weekend in Copenhagen! It’s a great city to […] Read more…

Guest Post on Dejlige Days

3 February 2014 Today you can find me over at Dejlige Days, where I’m sharing my highlights from our recent trip to Copenhagen. Head over to Dejlige Days to read the full article! Many thanks to Mel for asking me to share. Read more…

Travel: Tivoli Gardens

10 January 2014 As promised, here is the follow up post from yesterday. Tivoli Gardens – known simply as Tivoli – is a famous amusement park in Copenhagen. It opened in 1843 and is the world’s second oldest operating amusement park. The oldest, incidentally, is also located in Denmark, not far from Copenhagen. You can […] Read more…

Travel: Wonderful Copenhagen

9 January 2014 As you may know, we spent our Christmas holidays in Copenhagen. Save for a couple of hours on route to Japan several years ago, I had never visited Copenhagen before. It is a truly stunning city, very easy to fall in love with. You can see why they call it ‘Wonderful Copenhagen’. […] Read more…