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Welcome to the Tinderbox. The big Fairytale Land is right now build up around The Little Mermaid. Here you can enter into a magic world at the bottom of the sea, where you can visit the Sea King's castle and sit in his throne or have tea in the...more
We accidentally stumbled across this place. It such great fun for the kids, dressing up, facepainting, studio settings...just all round great entertainment. There were also clay making , painting and drawing workshops,
The only downside is parents have to pay , given we just follow...More
Very good for children to play. It's a lovely place when children can play a lot with beautiful stuff and costumes. It doesn't make sense to have the parents to pay. I understand it's a family experience but in the end children play, parents look...More
Whether you're 2 or 92, all that's required is some imagination to create some fun. Granted, this place is best suited for kids, but grown-ups can have fun too. It's one giant dress-up, make-believe theatre. Downstairs kids can pretend to be characters from Andersen's beloved...More
I remember loving coming to this place when i was a child and loving it. It's definitely a place you have to take your kids. It's a perfect place, where you can dress up and play. There is beautiful theatre setups, so your kids can...More
A great place for young kids.
Plenty of costumes to put on, rooms with different themes and space to run around.
My kids loved getting their face painted and painting in the brilliant arts and crafts workshop.
Highly recommended as a 3-4 hours activity.
Really nice place where children can dress up with lots of costumes, play in fairy theatre setups or smaller corners where they can pretend to be writers, sailors, shopkeepers etc. Many items are there for the children's imagination to roam free. Staff are very friendly...More
Children are normaly not very interresting in Museums but if you combine the visist with H.C. Andersens home I am sure it will pass.
Childrens can spend hoers drssing in princess gowns or solders uniforms. Selling Ice cream or serving coffee or preparing food
What a nice place to visit with children. They can dress up, face paint, use bracelets,etc. Knight, Princess, rat, chicken, service maid, etc
The imagination goes into overdrive! Also grown ups can dress up... Have fun!!!
Only downside... Your children will not want to go...More
All activities requires kids to be actively participating in experiencing the fairytales, life and art of Hans Christian Andersen.
The art workshop was really enjoyable and with competent guidance.
There is a chance to dress up in beautifully designed costumes and act our fairy tales...More
Ideally aimed at under 11's there is opportunity to enjoy Hans Christian Andersen's stories (the one they were focussing on during my visit was 'The Steadfast Tin Soldier') and then role play the story as well as adapt it and create your own. There's a...More