Danish Architecture Center invites all children and young people to thoughtful experiences that inspire to watch cities and architecture with new eyes. To get the most out of the visit, a collection of good advices have been gathered on this page.
Admission to DAC is free for children aged 16 and younger when accompanied by an adult. We ask that children under the age of 12 stay with their accompanying adult throughout their visit.
Baby carriages and strollers are permitted in DAC. There are elevators on every level with the exception of the Stairway Gallery parallel to the DAC Slide.
Check out the calendar on the DAC website to learn more about special events for children on weekends and during school holidays.
Make sure to carefully explore the individual exhibitions, which always feature elements designed to inspire children.
The DAC Slide is one of our most popular activities. Please follow all safety precautions and show consideration for the other guests by not running and yelling.
Activities at DAC are only open to children in the company of an adult.
DAC features activities for everyone. Please help your children show consideration for the other guests who would like to enjoy the exhibitions and a nice meal in DAC Café.
DAC does not have a dedicated area where guests may eat their own packed lunches. You are welcome to picnic on the benches outside BLOX. You may, of course, bring your own baby food and babies may be fed in DAC Café.
DAC Café offers several kid-friendly dishes.
There are changing tables in the restrooms in DAC Café and in the cloakroom on level -2. Please do not change diapers in the exhibition area or café.
DAC considers it a success when all our guests have an enjoyable visit and want to come back again, with our without children. We have created these simple guidelines to help contribute to this success ❤️