It’s no secret that the past few months in Denmark have been quite dark and grey. February is the last month of winter and Copenhagen offers many great events that will help shake off the darkness and prepare ourselves for brighter days. The Danish schools will be closed in week 7 or 8 and that also means more family time for many families. Whether you’re looking for things to do with kids or things to do without kids, this post will show our favorite ideas on how to spend the last month of winter.
Picasso ceramics at Louisiana from 1 February – 27 May. This exhibition has gotten amazing reviews and if you haven’t visited Louisiana yet, there are probably many other interesting exhibitions as well. Find more information here!
Copenhagen Light Festival from 2 February – 2 March. It’s the very debut of the Light Festival which takes place at several locations in Copenhagen. Read more here!
Winter Jazz from 2-25 February. If you are into jazz music (or maybe just music in general), Winter Jazz will definitely have some events that will suit you. Check it out here!
FROST Festival from 4-25 February. This festival brings together music and light installations at different venues in Copenhagen. Find more information here!
Dining Week from 11-18 February. The concept of dining week is that the selected restaurants all offer a three course menu for a fixed price of 240 DKK. Many of the restaurants are very well known and there are quite a lot of money to be saved. See more here!
Cocktail Week from 11-18 February. Dining Week has gotten it’s perfect companion in Cocktail Week. The concept is that the selected bars offer two drinks for 100 DKK. Read more here!
Especially for kids:
Winter in Tivoli from 2-25 February. Copenhagen’s beloved amusement park opens its doors for a new season. See more here!
The Workers Museum (Arbejdermuseet) puts a focus on one of Denmark’s greatest Prime Ministers: Thorvald Stauning. From 10-18 February. This event teaches kids about important Danish history and how both kids and adults used to work with no rules in place. (Oh and it’s free for kids!) See more here!
Osteria Alfredo Cooking Class for Kids 13-15 February. The restaurant offers classes to the kids and then the family can come and eat afterwards! Note that there’s a limited amount of available spots for this event. Read more here!
LEGO World at Bella Center 15-18 February. LEGO is celebrating 60 years and for the occasion Bella Center will be full of the famous blocks. Read more here!
Experimentarium is focusing on the human body from 10-18 February. The exhibition will amongst other things include a virtual reality movie. After the winter break it will be possible to experience the exhibition but only in the three following weekends. Find information on the exhibition here!
Nationalmuseet with Rullingerne fra Ramasjang 11-18 February. There will be an exhibition and a workshop for which visitors are encouraged to bring toilet rolls which will be turned into famous figures! Check it out here!
We hope this post helped you find some inspiration and if we forgot something, please share it in the comments.
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