Birthday at the Planetarium
Celebrate your birthday like an astronaut!
Join us for a journey to outer space, planets, and moons!
With our special birthday-science-show we show how astronauts celebrate their birthday in space. We will do fun experiments and the children get small tastings of both space-cocoa and candy, as it would taste in space.
Of course, we also have to blow out candles and sing happy birthday – but is that even possible in outer space? We’ll see!
After the show, the children are ready to explore the exhibitions with their guide who will help them fill out their astronaut passport, which is a small, fun activity booklet that they can either bring home or fill out during your visit.
We’ll end the birthday celebration by watching the 3D animation movie “Fly Me to the Moon” in the Auditorium. The movie is about three young flies who get the journey of a lifetime, as they manage to sneak onto the Apollo 11 spacecraft. The movie combines the historically authentic Apollo 11-mission with the experiences of the three young flies and their quirky families.
You are very welcome to bring your own cake and enjoy it in our lounge area, which will be reserved for you.
Children’s birthday parties are available every weekday from 2:15 pm to 4:20 pm
2.15 – 2.30 pm
2.30 – 3.10 pm
3.10 – 3.30 pm
Astronaut passports are handed out and the children have access to our exhibitions
3.20 – 4.20 pm
The movie “Fly Me to the Moon” in the Auditorium – 1 small popcorn is included
Price and Capacity
Max. 25 children DKK 195 per child (minimum payment for 10 children)
Due to the current situation with Covid-19, the maximum number is adjusted continuously, so that they correspond to the current recommendations from the authorities.
Max. 5 adults
Group price of DKK 144 per adult
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Current films in Planetarium
All films begin with a digital space journey followed by the season’s current starry sky.
Host your event at Planetarium
On your special day, let the universe revolve around you!
Say “I Do” under a glittering canopy of stars in the Planetarium Copenhagen.