Det Økologiske Spisemærke

World-class science center in Copenhagen.

Experiments fizz and sputter and the air fills with square soap bubbles. Families skip and dance in an interactive theatre. At Experimentarium in Hellerup, curious minds come to life, and come to play.

Experimentarium is Copenhagen’s science museum, located 15 minutes north of Copenhagen City Centre in Hellerup. The science centre is a celebration of curiosity, and is dedicated to playful science. It offers hours of fun for the entire family, bringing science to life through hands-on exploration.

The centre comprises three indoor floors with 18 interactive exhibitions about science and technology, plus an interactive rooftop with the option of open air activities (from Spring to Fall). You'll also find science shows and a restaurant - the Experimentarium is huge and, not surprisingly, the place is especially popular with families.

Environmental efforts

First attraction in Denmark with Green Attraction.



Copenhagen, Denmark's capital has been selected as the world's best city to visit, and the city's ambitious green profile has a clear goal: The City of Copenhagen is aiming to become the world's first CO2-neutral capital in 2025.

In Copenhagen there is a short road to both water and green areas. It is a green and bicycle friendly city that can be explored on the many new electric city bikes. You can stay in an eco-certified hotel, where as many as 75% of the city's hotel rooms are ecolabelled with either the Swan or Green Key, you can swim in the clean water in the city's water baths or consume organic food from Michelin restaurants to street food markets.

Wonderful Copenhagen has a sustainability strategy for tourism and is the first in the world to be labeled with the eco-label Green Tourism Organization.