Experimentarium

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About Experimentarium

The Experimentarium is a 11,500-square-metre world-class science centre for children and adults of all ages. Inquisitiveness is the essence of the Experimentarium, which has been giving food for thought since 1991.

It allows you to discover the world through science and technology. You can go exploring in the Labyrinth of Light, blow giant soap bubbles in the Bubblearium, or discover your senses in an entirely new way in the Tunnel of Senses. You can dance and jump around in the world’s first interactive cinema where you can influence the plot of a film. Experience all of this and much more.

The Experimentarium will reopen on 8 June

The Experimentarium will open its doors on 8 June and complies with the recommendations of the Danish authorities. Your visit to the Experimentarium will therefore be slightly different than before.
Admission tickets and visits must be booked in advance at the Experimentarium’s website and are valid for four hours to ensure that we do not have too many visitors at one time. We also have a new queueing system, we clean the interactive exhibitions frequently and we have introduced hand sanitising stations to ensure that all of our visitors feel safe.

If you are travelling with MOLSLINJEN, you can still receive a 20% discount on admission for up to five people, no later than seven days from the date of your crossing from Jutland. You merely need to book the tickets in advance and select the categories ‘child with discount’ and ‘adult with discount’. Show your ticket when you arrive at the Experimentarium to prove that you have a discount. You will find the Experimentarium in Hellerup, just north of Copenhagen.

Coronavirus exhibition in the pipeline

The Experimentarium’s exhibition designers and craftsmen are currently racing to create a special interactive coronavirus exhibition for autumn 2020.

The purpose of the exhibition is to teach both children and adults about the coronavirus pandemic. You can explore the course of the coronavirus pandemic and learn about the virus and infection in general. Try out the new interactive sneezing wall, which by simulating a sneeze shows you how far a sneeze actually carries the virus.

The coronavirus exhibition will be part of the ‘Under Your Skin’ exhibition about the human body.