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Amusement parks and castles in Denmark


Danes believe their country is a true paradise for family holidays: it's safe, quiet and there are many incredibly fun experiences on offer.

Travel to Denmark with DFDS, where each and every member of the family will find their perfect holiday adventure.

Places to visit


  • Odense Zoo
  • Aalborg Zoo
  • Givskud Zoo
  • Randers Regsnkov


  • Kronborg Castle
  • Frederiksborg Palace

Theme Parks

Tivoli Gardens are designed specifically for children and feature over 30 attractions. The park is a haven of children's entertainment, where the little ones can not only have fun, but also learn all about Danish fairy tales. Tivoli has many cafés and veven a hotel, meaning you can spend a few days there if you wish.

Legoland is full of attractions such as water rides, a soft play area and trains - you can even take part in battles or extinguish a real fire. In this park you can see real penguins, meet with American Indians and explore underwater in a submarine. With more than 50 fun attractions and various events on offer, there's something for every one - there's even a Legoland hotel, giving you more time to enjoy the park.

Theme Parks

Bakken Park
In the middle of Dyrehaven Forest, just 10 minutes from Copenhagen, is the oldest amusement park in the world. Here you'll find a blend of rides, children’s amusements, restaurants, pubs and bars with entertainment and live music. Entrance to the park is free meaning you only pay for the rides you want to experience.

Djurs Sommerland
This is the largest adventure park in Scandinavia with plenty of roller coasters, a huge water park and playgrounds. This park has the longest attraction in Denmark and the biggest water attraction in Northern Europe - Skatteøen. You're sure to find something for all the family here.

Faarup Sommerland
Another fun theme park in Denmark, located in a woodland area near the beach. Here you will find fun and entertainment for visitors of all ages: families, adrenaline junkies, and water lovers. The park has a 4D cinema and playgrounds with both land and water attractions.