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This is a small theater for the smallest of audiences, sometimes recommended to be not for children older than two. Since 1966 Det Lille Teater has made kids scream and gasp and laugh their hearts out. It offers an excellent introduction to theater.
Tivoli was founded in 1843, and its present concert hall was opened in 1956, after the earlier one burned down in 1944. The concert hall is the largest in Copenhagen, with seats for 1692 spectators, and therefore often attracts big foreign names within classical, rock, pop and jazz music and the entertainment genre. Tivoli's own symphony orchestra performs here as well. Tivoli's concert hall has a bar and its own cloakroom. Ticket prices include entrance to the Tivoli attractions.
Vartov is a 17th-century building located in the heart of the city that was originally used as a hospital. Today this majestic building is the hub of local events, conferences, lectures, and also houses a number of corporate offices. The brick-wall facade and tiled sloping roofs are an excellent example of ancient Danish architecture making this historic building worth a visit when in Copenhagen.
Visit Axeltorv to feel the pulse of Copenhagen. Step onto this square and you will see the past mingle with the present. This square has pretty restaurants serving delectable food and stylish shops selling attractive products. Just stroll around and you will lose track of time.
Palads is a gigantic cinema complex in the center of Copenhagen. Coming from Hovedbanegården (the Central Station), you can't help noticing the colors of this building. Palads is a palace of amusement and entertainment, containing 17 screens of varying sizes. Unless you go for intellectual films, you will find almost everything you want playing here. Palads aims to please a very wide audience, showing a lot of children's films as well. The lobby itself is an experience, with an exciting mix of crowds, colors and candy. Some of the screens are of a high standard, but there are a few towards the lower end, too.