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Blejdamsremisen

Blegdamsvej 132A
2110 Copenhagen Ø
Website: http://www.kk.dk/Borger/ByOgTrafik/GroenneOmraader/Legepladser/BemandedeLegepladser/Blegdamsremisen
Phone: 35 26 46 66
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

This is one of the cool places in Copenhagen with activities for kids. Imagine how much fun you can have on this awesome free indoor playground on 1,000 sqm!
Kids from 0-12 years can spend all their energy even if the weather doesn't allow outdoor activities. The mornings are for the smaller kids and the afternoons for the older ones up to 12. Kids from 0-3 years can participate in playgroups on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30-12:00.

 The playground provides various play areas: pirate ship, cable car, nature/paper/paint workshops, playstation 2, pool, air hockey, billiards, TV. There's also a "hygge"room and a kitchen, where you can eat your own food.

The playgound is supervised and the personell organizes various activities to increase the fun.

Remember to take slippers with you. Street shoes are not allowed on the premises.
 

Great activity for kids in rainy weather!

General opening hours:
Mondays & Wednesdays: 9:30-16:30
Tuesdays / Thursdays: 8:30-16:30
Fridays: 10:00-14:30
Note: The playground is closed during vacations. Groups need to sign up. It is not possible to hold birthday parties there.

Check out other fun activities for kids in Denmark.

Keywords:
indoor-playground, rainy-weather

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