Looking for what to do during these Easter holidays? There’s plenty to do in Copenhagen during the Easter, whatever your budget. Enjoy with these events and activities.

Louisiana Museum of modern artlouisana

The Canadian artist Jeff Wall’s current exhibition “Tableaux Pictures Photographs” containing 35 selected works from 1996 to 2013. The works consists of his famous light boxes and color and black / white photos showing parts of a story that the artist invites you to interpret.

Adults:110 DKK

Students: DKK 95

Visit Carlsberg


Bring your family on an Eater treasure hunt and participate in a competition to win a dray horse as a cuddly toy and 1 kg. liquorice from Lakrids by Johan Brülow.

Time and date: From 10 to 17 in the Easter holidays from Saturday. March 28 – Sunday. April 5, Monday closed.

Admission fees:
Adults (+18years): 80 DKK. incl. 2 beer / water
Young (6-18): 60 DKK. incl. 2 water
Children (0-5): Free

Address: Gamle Carlsberg Vej 11, 1799 København V.

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Their latest exhibition called “From block to the body – French and Danish Sculpture 1800-1950” and, as the title suggests, is about art’s ability to transform materials such as large marble blocks for lifelike characters. It is an original exhibition of 125 works that show the evolution of French and Danish sculpture from the 19th and 20th century



Goboat open the 2015 season on the 1. april.The boats are powered by solar energy, recycled batteries and a smart electric engine. Everyone can sail a GoBoat and they do not require any certificate or prior experience with sailing. You are captain of your own boat and have the freedom to sail – almost – wherever you want – without polluting. The boats can accommodate up to 8 people in an ergonomic layout where all the seats face a picnic table providing a social and intimate experience. Great experience to see the city!


1 hour: 395 DKK

3 hours: 999 DKK

Address: Islands Brygge 6

And you can book a date here

Museum of Copenhagen


With the exhibition Kid City you can travel back in time and experience, how children’s lives in the city have changed over time. Two fifth grades from Blågård Skole contribute with personal objects and stories about what matters in children’s lives today.

The historical part of the exhibition consists of a number of photographs from the museum’s archive and stories about the communities children were a part of historically.


Adults: 40 Dkk
Under 18s: Free

Address: Vesterbrogade 59- DK-1620 København V



The old water reservoir at Søndermarken Park was drained 33 years ago.
Throughout 2015 you can experience the water return to the Cisterns, a 4.320 square meter underground space.
The exhibition “H” is an ambitious and comprehensive installation created by the Danish artist Ingvar Cronhammar, accompanied by the Danish musical composer Martin Hall.
When entering the Cisterns you will be surrounded by water, in the form of a large water surface that covers the floors, and columns of falling water that reflect and co-create the visual as well as the musical experience.

The Cisterns is located just opposite Frederiksberg Palace. You will find the entrance in one of the pyramids made of glass.

Adults: DKK 50
Seniors and Students: DKK 40
Children (0-18 years): Free



Copenhagen’s Tivoli Gardens will open for guests on 1 April.  With Admission fee- concertes- amusements and other events.


Adults over 8 years: DKK 99

Childrens 0 – 7 years: Free


Free activities:




Bakken Amusement Park is the oldest existing amusement park in the world with a long history and great traditions.

Bakken is located on the edge of the enchanting and ancient forest park, Jægersborg Deer Park, a little north of Copenhagen, near the Bellevue Beach in Klampenborg.




Park Walks


Join the park walks if you need a little peace in the great outdoors and want to know more about the history and attractions of the parks and the museum district.

Admission is free. Just show up under Parkmuseerne’s green banner in front of the National Gallery of Denmark.

Please note that all walks are conducted in Danish. (Great practice for those who are learning the language)

There are three different themes in the program:
The Royal Walk (Kongevandring), when we retrace the footsteps of Christian IV and the other Danish kings and queens who have left their mark on the museum district.
The Sculpture Walk (Skulpturvandring), when we focus on the parks’ sculptures, monuments, and decorative features.
The Flower Walk (Blomstervandring), when we introduce you to the flora of the royal King’s Garden and the pastoral landscape of Østre Anlæg Park.

Read more here (in Danish)

The Kødbyens Mad & Marked



The market opens Saturday April 4th in the historic meatpacking district. The weekly market will pay host to 70 food stalls, thousands of guests and tons of fresh produce and homemade goods. A local market with a global appeal for visitors to the city.Organic food and makeshift food stalls. 10:00-18:00. Flæsketorvet.

The food market is to be open for 6 months with a constantly changing variety and selection. It will take place every Saturday and the first Sunday of every month.

We went there on the opening day. Check out the blog post here.

Check out their Facebook page here.

Copenhagen Free Walking Tours


1. Copenhagen Free Walking Tour – 3 Hour Tour (including break)
Starts everyday at 11 AM and 3 PM at the steps of the Town Hall Square (Rådhuspladsen) and finishes near the Royal Palace (Amalienborg).

2. Christianshavn Free Walking Tour – 90 Minute Tour
Starts everyday at 4 PM at the footsteps of Bishop Absalon’s Equestrian Statue (Højbro Plads) and finishes at the entrance of Christiania.

Tours run with a minimum of 5 guests as the guides are working on a tips-alone basis



The tower of Christiansborg Palace


From the tower you can see Copenhagen from a completely new angle. You can see streets, building and details that you have probably never noticed. You can see roofs and towers and all the way to Sweden on a clear day.

Last year the tower opened to the public, which means everyone can access the tower free of charge and experience the magnificent views of Copenhagen.

Opening Hours:

Tuesday- Sunday: 11:30- 16:00

Address:  Prins Jørgens Gård 1, 1218 København

Enjoy all the many activities in Copenhagen this Easter!


Tania Gisele Godoy

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