At the Blue Planet in Copenhagen in the Easter holiday you can get an incredible insight into the life under the sea. An experience for both the lagest and smallest in the family.
The life under the sea has always impressed and fascinated people around the world. A rich plant and sea life that attracts interest from people in all ages. Near the sea in Kastrup in Copenhagen is the location for The Blue Planet, previously known as the Aquarium. A mecca for people who love fish, colors and the beautiful life that lakes and oceans across the world offers.
If you want to get all the experiences you must devote more than a couple of hours at the Blue Planet. With several thousand animals and unique plants in the seven million liters of water in a number of aquariums are easily to spend all day looking at.
The Blue Planet is in fact the Northern Europe’s largest aquarium and a presentation of all species from all over the world makes it a unique attraction for Danes and tourists.
The Blue Planet has its own researchers who each day searching for new knowledge about the sea. This means that the aquarium always is in a development about the knowledge of the exciting world beneath the surface. The development in the fish and plant life are very important for us humans. The research is not just a matter of finding new, funny and beautiful fishes, it’s also about following the development.
Learn about the mysteries of the sea in the Easter holiday
The research is constantly being added the fantastic aquarium in Copenhagen which means that you and your family has the opportunity to learn something new, whether you’ll visit in your Easter holiday 2017 or in any other time.
Few capitals are located at the coast, why the Blue Planet in Copenhagen is very special. It’s special to be so close to the natural surroundings.
After the trip among all sorts of fish and animals, you can enjoy the beautiful view of Øresund and perhaps grab some food or drinks from the restaurant “ØST”.
Opening hours: The Blue Planet opens every day at 10:00 and closes at 17:00 except on Mondays when the extra curious people can look at the experience the fish life up until 21:00.
Price: It costs DKK 170,- for a one-day ticket to the Blue Planet and children from 3 to 11 years costs DKK 95,-. Children under 3 years get free admission. Buy the tickets online and you may get the opportunity to skip if there’s a queue at the toll both.
Note: The Blue Planet has introduced a number of discounts. You’ll find the discounts on the website – at prices and opening hours.
By any changes of opening hours or prices go check out the website for the Blue Planet.
Practical: There are good changing facilities, parking facilities and other facilities that may be necessary when the families with children are on tour. All details can be found on the website.
Combine the trip with a small Easter holiday in Copenhagen. There are plenty of hotels in all price ranges why you definitely will find something that matches your needs.
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