I’m sure there was a lot for us to see at the National Museum of Denmark, but we spent all of our time in the children’s wing.
Stroller alert: The National Museum is one of those places where you have to park your stroller by the door and place all of your belongings in a locker, but you can borrow their stroller for getting around inside.
Once we got our tickets and our stroller, we headed straight for the children’s section. So much to do!
#ToddlerGoodwin climbed up and down the ramp leading to a castle loft. He also donned a cloak and a Viking helmet, attempted a swordfight with his daddy, journeyed in a Viking ship, and “cooked” over an fire. (He loved tossing all the play food into the cauldron.)
#ToddlerGoodwin also got to have his first international art exhibition. The museum encourages children to sit down and draw a masterpiece, with plenty of places for their original artwork to be hung. Or if they prefer to make their own 3D/sculptural display, they can arrange trinkets and knickknacks in the gallery however they like as well.