Fall break
at DAC

Opening hours

Mon-Sun: 10–18
Thursdays: 10–21

Autumn has come and the heartbeat of the city is winding down for indoor activities. Swing by Danish Architecture Center during the fall break, and enjoy activities for the whole family.

Make light prints of Copenhagen cemetery plants, build a brighter future as a LEGO® architect, or enjoy the fantastic autumn weather and take a guided tour of the city!

Activities for families

LEGO® Architect for a Day

Every day 10-17

What does the city of the future look like? Should there be slides instead of roads? More skyscrapers and parks? Or should we build on the water? Come and build the city of the future as a LEGO® architect!

Prints of creepy-crawlies and cemetery plants of the city

Every day 11-17

As darkness approaches and the leaves fall from the city’s trees, the cemeteries stand eternally green. Stop by DAC’s Educatorium, where we play with light and dark and make plant prints from cemetery greenery and cobwebs. You can also role a plant seed bombs, save it for spring and spread green joy in the city.

DAC Slide

Are you adventurous enough to try the fastest and wildest art installation in Copenhagen? Challenge your senses on a unique 40-meter, 4-story spiral slide.

City Walks

Enjoy the autumn weather on one of DAC’s guided tours around the city! Try the tour Copenhagen: World Capital of Architecture.

Activities at Bryghuspladsen

For four days during the autumn break, you can visit the activity tent at Bryghuspladsen in front of BLOX, where you can carve pumpkin lanterns, create chestnut animals, get Halloween-themed face painting, and engage in other creative activities.


Explore our exhibitions

Delve into architecture from the Viking Age to the present day in So Danish! and zoom in on Copenhagen in Copenhagen in Common. In the autumn break, it’s also the last chance to experience our exhibition Tales of the City. The exhibition is a blend of architectural models, personal life stories, and societal critique, providing insight into how architecture impacts us.

Visit our café

DAC café for children

Hungry? Our café on top of BLOX serve children-friendly dishes. Here, you will also find a toilet with a changing table and the most amazing view over Copenhagen from the roof terrasses.

A sloping playground

When visiting DAC, be sure to also pop by the playground outside BLOX. The playground is shaped like a sloping hill with trampolines, slides and a climbing tunnel.