The Danish children's project that children will definitely go crazy about

The most notable feature of Danish kindergartens is the abundance of outdoor activities. Regardless of wind, rain, or freezing cold, children are required to spend at least 2 hours outdoors every day, and they wear specially made raincoats when it rains. Their motto is "There's no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing." Let's see how the Danish children's programs make kids go wild!

Copenhagen Zoo is originally attractive and became even more fun after introducing state-of-the-art Arctic Circle facilities in February 5, 2013, specifically designed for polar bears, North Atlantic birds, and seals. These pioneering facilities in Europe not only provide a better living environment for the animals but also allow you to have close encounters with these lovely creatures in and out of the water. With over 3000 species from around the world, Copenhagen Zoo is definitely worth a visit.
Here is the latest game - Haunted House. If you are brave enough, please enter the haunted house and embark on a thrilling and fun journey of ghosts and spirits. Take a deep breath and quietly enter the haunted house. The haunted house is filled with vampires, ghosts, monsters, and all sorts of creepy crawlies. Inside the haunted house, you can catch ghosts in the magical mirror maze, but be careful not to get lost in the maze or laugh until you're out of breath. You may also encounter the "mad scientist" whose crazy experiments will surely drive you insane!

Funville Freedom Park

Tivoli Friheden is a theme park in Aarhus, Denmark, located in the beautiful Marselisborg Forest just steps away from the city center. The park features 4 roller coasters, 40 thrill rides, various shops, playgrounds, and a state-of-the-art laser game. Dining options in Tivoli Friheden cater to all tastes, and there are also outdoor barbecue facilities for those who wish to bring their own food for a picnic.
Come and have an unforgettable encounter with animals from all around the world at Odense Zoo. With over 2,000 species, you can admire the elegance of African giraffes and antelopes, and listen to the roar of lions marking their territory. As you venture into the Asian animal area, you can observe the beautiful Siberian tigers wandering amidst playful langurs, towering camels, and lazy red pandas.
The Science Center, Experimentarium City, with an area of 3000 square meters, is located in Christianshavn, Copenhagen. Both children and adults can experience various forms of science and technology here. You can visit Nyhavn, the Royal Danish Theatre, and the Copenhagen Opera House to enjoy performances and learn about self, relax sensations, and body; or you can participate in winter sports such as skiing and curling at the newly launched Winter Sports Festival!
The Postal and Communications Museum in the center of Copenhagen displays the evolution of communication technology before the advent of computers. It also houses a large collection of Danish stamps from 1851 to 1998. Join us on a 400-year historical journey to discover how people communicated before mobile phones and the Internet. Listen to Hans Christian Andersen as he explains the history of letter writing.

Summer amusement park

Located between the beach and the jungle, Faarup Summer Park is in a unique geographical position. Situated between the coastal towns of Blokhus and Løkken in northern Jutland, Denmark, it is an ideal choice for a trip. The amusement facilities and tourist attractions at Faarup Summer Park can meet the needs of visitors of all ages, making it a perfect destination for families to enjoy a wonderful day outdoors.