Permanent activities

During a year, we have many different acitivites to engage in but we also have some activities that you can enjoy year round regardless of our activities based on varying themes. 

Valid from October 12 - October 20, 2019

Activity

Location

Time

Open Backstage

Join us behind the scenes where you can meet our staff and see the young fish that are bred here.

Backstage

10.00 - 11.30 AM

Feeding of the seals

Watch the playful seals being fed in the large outdoor sealarium.

The Sealarium

11.00 AM

Mackerel dissection

See if there are traces of micro plastic, when we dissect and examine the stomach content of a mackerel.

Under the balcony
by the Oceanarium

11.30 AM- 12.15 PM

Feeding in the Oceanarium

Watch the feeding of the sunfish, the sharks and the many schooling fish in the large Oceanarium.

The Oceanarium

1.00 PM

Plastic is here - what do we do? 

Learn more about some of the many initiatives in the fight against plastic pollution and what you can do yourself.

Will be announced

2.00 PM

Feeding of the seals

Watch the playful seals being fed in the large outdoor sealarium.

The Sealarium

3.00 PM

Be an Environment Hero! 

Go hunting for plastic in the sands of the North Sea and receive a nice Environment Hero-diploma!

The Amber Hunt

All day

Defibrillator Day
October 16

The Danish Council for Resuscitation will demonstrate heart and lung rescue for all interested. 

The Lounge

10.00 AM - 5.00 PM

The Sorting-Beetle
October 17 & 18

Meet AVV in The Sorting-Beetle and learn more about recycling. 

The Seal Yard

11.00 AM - 3.00 PM

All day

Hunters of the North Sea: 
Experience the many elements of the North Sea's food chain, when you make your way through the new exhibition; Hunters of the North Sea. 

The touch pool:
Experience exciting sea creatures up close.

The whale researcher's hut:
Enter the exciting world of the whale researcher!

Amber hunt:
See if you can find the gold of the North and maybe take home a real piece of amber!

Ship o´Hoy:
Come aboard a fishing vessel and experience the harsh winds that fishermen must endure at sea.