Look forward to an informative, yet fun day at Den Blå Planet, National Aquarium Denmark.

As well as encountering hammerhead sharks, rays and sea otters, you can now enjoy a special exhibition about the coral reef and our new tropical touch pool with sharks and rays.

Experiences in the deep

The National Aquarium Denmark is northern Europe’s largest aquarium, offering a round-the-world journey under the sea for children and adults alike. Experience thousands of fish and sea creatures up close in 48 aquariums containing a total of 7 million litres of water. There are shows and fantastic storytelling throughout the day, and our staff always provide a high level of service.

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Do you dare to touch sharks and rays?

Look forward to the new tropical touch pool, where you can enjoy a close encounter with sharks and rays.

Splash, slosh, slide

Experience Den Blå Planet outdoors, too! Explore the Wondrous Waterhole, the pontoon bridge and the water playground. Loads of fun for landlubbers of all ages.

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Special exhibition on the coral reef

Tucked just beneath the surface of the ocean, the coral reef teems with life. Coral reefs cover less than 1% of the ocean yet they are home to more than 25% of all its life: millions and millions of fish, crustaceans and molluscs are just some of the many reef-dwellers.

Enjoy the experience of an exhibition that shows off the unbelievable beauty and vulnerability of coral reefs and how important they are to the ocean.

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Treasure hunt for all children

Go on a fun treasure hunt around the exhibition and get to know the residents of the coral reef better. We have hidden stamps around the coral reef exhibition that you can look for while learning more about coral at the same time.

Free shuttle to Den Blå Planet
Now you can take a free shuttle to the National Aquarium Denmark – Den Blå Planet and experience a fascinating world of thousands of creatures, 7 million litres of water and spectacular architecture situated on the Sound.

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Children under 3 are free