Used by the University of Copenhagen until 1861, the Round Tower is Europe’s oldest functioning astronomy observatory. On Wednesday and Thursday evenings you can gaze at our universe in the observatory at the top of the Round Tower. Info here.
30 Jan – 2 February
Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival
Coinciding with the winter edition of the city’s fashion festival, the Copenhagen Fashion Film Festival has become Scandinavia’s largest of its kind. This season, the festival shines the limelight on Gender, Body and Identity. Info and tickets here.
Until 3 February
Copenhagen Jewish Film Festival
The annual film festival is held at the Danish Film Institute’s art house cinema, Cinemateket. Info here.
Copenhagen Light Festival
Illuminations and light artworks add sparkle and drama to the cityscape during the annual light festival. Some events are also indoors. Info here.
Winter season in Tivoli Gardens
After a one-month hiatus, Tivoli Gardens opens its gates to the winter season, complete with outdoor ice skating, indoor dining and winter reverie in one of the world’s oldest and most magical amusement parks, right in the heart of the city. Info here.
The winter edition of city’s jazz festival features events and concerts at dedicated jazz clubs and music venues citywide. See the list of clubs in the jazz music section. Check the line-up, venues and ticket opportunities here.
Copenhagen Dining Week
A week of cut-rate dining at restaurants across the city. Tickets sell like hotcakes, so be quick… Info and dining tickets (Danish only) here.
Valentine’s Day in Tivoli Gardens
Copenhagen is a romantic city for lovebirds. Tivoli Gardens is open for the winter season with romantic offerings.
Two days of all things liquorice. Hosted by the Weber Grill Academy, Dampfærgevej 10. Tickets and info here.