Atlantic Sea Park
The Atlantic Sea Park is situated a couple of kilometres out of town and can be reached by a city bus. Worth a visit with kids, especially to see a diver hand-feeding the fish.
If you come with kids, do not deny yourself the pleasure of meeting the inhabitants of the aquarium!
Wonderful Copenhagen Segway
Copenhagen Segway tour is an amazing thing to do with your friends or family. Jump on a Segway and glide smoothly and silently through the streets of Copenhagen at 22 km/h (13 mph) only 20 cm (8 inches) above the ground.
You can choose, for example, the most popular classic Segway tour. From Fisketorvet, you will cross the Bryggebridge towards Islands Brygge. You ride along the harbour and across a few bridges as you head for the parliament building, Christiansborg. From there, you ride via Nyhavn towards Amalienborg Palace, where you can try to get a glimpse of the Royal Family. From Amalienborg Palace, you head towards The Little Mermaid. On the return you ride along the harbour itself. The ride offers exceptional views of Copenhagen Opera, Skuespillerhuset, and the Royal Library – The Black Diamond.
Tivoli City Park
Go to Tivoli City Park, one of the oldest and largest amusement parks in Europe, first opened in 1843.
Activity Park Oslo
This is truly a great way to entertain your family if you have kids, as it’s challenging for both mind and body. The Oslo Sommerpark has a main area with 13 different canopy walks amongst the trees at Tryvann. The “walk” is, however, somewhat misleading, as you will be climbing, ziplining, crawling and much more, high above the ground. The different trails are marked according to difficulty. Before you are allowed to “loose”, everybody must go through a safety briefing. A climbing harness and helmet is compulsory and included in the entrance fee. There is one trail for the very youngest visitors, then a few for those between 110 and 140 cm tall, and many more for those taller than 140 cm.