On selected Friday evenings you are able to skate through Copenhagen in the middle of the street with a large group of people.
At www.latesale.dk you can buy theater tickets (Royal Theater, Opera, etc) for half price on the day. Sign up for an e-mail which arrives around 14:00 every day, at 16:00 you can buy the tickets online.
Copenhagen Free Tour, local expert guides will take you on a 3 hour walking tour through 6000 years of Copenhagen’s history and you’ll find out why the Danes are some of the happiest people in the world!
The David Collection, Kronprinsessgade 30 , The David Collection is the largest collection of Islamic art in Scandinavia. Free admission.
At the Frederiksberg Flea Market, situated right behind the Frederiksberg City Hall, you can go second-hand shopping for first rate items! Open every Saturday from mid April to mid October, 8:00-15:00.
National Museum (natmus.dk), Ny Vestergade 10, has exhibitions from the Stone Age, the Viking Age, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance and Modern Danish History. Free admission, free guided tours in English at 11am: June, July, August, September: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
National Gallery of Denmark, Sølvgade 48-50, free admission to the Collections and smaller exhibitions. Tickets required for temporary exhibitions.
Copenhagen's Botanical garden is 25 acres of landscape garden (laid out in 1874) with rare trees, shrubs and herbs.
Here you find Danish plants, rhododendrons, old rose varieties, mountain, aromatic, dyeing and aquatic plants. Large Palm House (built 1874, renovated 1982) with tropical and subtropical plants. The Botanical Museum has the largest collections in Denmark of dried plants and fungi.