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Here you will meet the Animals of the Rainforest in a lush green environment.
Nice zoo and aquarium dedicated to rain forest. It is all covered so it is doable also in rain.
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“Northern Europe's biggest prison museum which also functions as a concert and culture venue. ”
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“Accommodation in Skandinavisk Dyrepark The polar bear park is without doubt the best place in the world to see polar bears up close! The 26,000- square-metre park has both tundra and a glacier. On the glacier, the polar bears have their own ice machine because, of course, polar bears need ice, so in Scandinavian Wildlife Park they get 5 tons of it – EVERY day! The Bear Park, Wolf Park and Moose Park are no less than fascinating, and in the parks visitors can experience these wonderful creatures from 200- metre-long walkways – face to face! We guarantee visitors a breathtaking experience! So much awaits you in this park which is large enough to qualify as true Danish wilderness! In 450,000 square metres of authentic Djursland countryside, you will have an uplifting experience seeing more than 20 Nordic species together and gambolling about. At Scandinavian Wildlife Park there is something for everybody, and you will leave with the feeling of having had a really full day. The park’s dedicated personnel are always willing to share their knowledge and experience with visitors. Don’t forget to join in the daily activities! Begin your visit to Skandinavisk Dyrepark at www.skandinaviskdyrepark.dk where you will also find lots of interactive fun for young and old alike: a bear game, plan your day, buy season cards or pre-purchase one of our popular picnics! Skandinavisk Dyrepark has a four-star rating, and in 2000 it was awarded the Tourism Advancement Award.”
- 18 locals recommend
“Water & Wellness Randers WATER & WELLNESS - A NEW SUBTROPICAL AQUA PARK Water & Wellness Randers is Randers' new subtropical aqua park. Experience one of Denmark’s most modern and handicap-friendly aqua parks. With its 6.700 square meters the aqua park contains: a large fun area, family changing rooms, baby- and children’s pool, indoor- and outdoor hot water pools, a lazy river and water slides. Here there is plenty of room for fun and relaxation for the whole family. It is also possible to get food and drinks from the café in the pool area. FAST WATER SLIDES The aqua park has two water slides. One of these is the longest indoor water slide in Denmark with its 113 meter. Here you use swim rings down the slide in full speed while music plays. The other water slide is called The Black Hole and is blacked out with light effects. The slide starts at a height of 10 metres. FIRST CLASS PAMPERING The aqua park also offers first class pampering. The spa and wellness department offers luxurious massages, relaxation in the lounge area, steam rooms, sauna, foot baths, rain-showers, ice fountain and outdoor terrace. The sauna garden offers saunas, a pool and deck chairs. Here it is also possible to spend a warm summer day. In the weekends brunch is served at the wellness treatments. See opening hours for the aqua park, wellness and fitness area here.”
- 8 locals recommend
“Fregatten Jylland A great experience on Fregatten Jylland With 102 metres from bowsprit to stern, 44 cannons and 57 metres to the top of the masthead, Fregatten Jylland (the Frigate Jutland) is an experience with both room and entertainment for the whole family. The exhibition hall provides the opportunity for immersion in the ship’s very interesting history, and aboard the ship you can experience it full speed ahead when the museum’s guides show and explain how the drama unfolded aboard the big warship, which later became both the royal yacht and summer holiday digs for school children from the province. Today, the ship is well-restored and ready to receive its guests in Ebeltoft, just as fine and well-kept as on the May day in 1864 when the ship and crew met their enemies at Helgoland. For the museum’s guests, there are lots of opportunities to do things, even trying and experiencing life on the seas more than 100 years ago: - Help load a 30 pound muzzle-loading cannon and remember to hold your ears during the cannon show. - Go on a sailing tour with the Frigate’s old auxiliary boat “Barkassen” on Ebeltoft Bay. - Go with the climbing instructor 23 metres up in the rigging and see the ship, the town and the bay from above. - Try your strengths against Kalle Krudt’s treasure map, the Discharge Book, the interactive games of the exhibitions and the interesting historical crafts such as sail trimming and rope-making. - NEW THIS YEAR – go on a cruise with Europe’s Father-in-Law, King Christian IX, and his large family. The exhibition opens in summer 2016. ”
- 21 locals recommend