Events

Familieuge 2019
på GeoCenter Møns Klint

Family Week 2019

We’re kicking off the summer holidays with plenty of educational entertainment for children. We have put together a programme filled with fun and educational experiences for children accompanied by grandparents, parents, aunts and uncles from 1st - 5th July 2019.

In addition to the special activities, Family Week offers a wide range of guided mountain bike tours, fossil hunts, tree climbing and ziplining every day. There are also fascinating interactive exhibits and the 3D-cinema is open too.

The activities are free when you purchase a ticket to GeoCenter Møns Klint. The ticket can be converted free-of-charge to a season pass on the day of purchase, so you can come back every day and take part in new activities.

 

Build a dinosaur

During Family Week, you can help build a real dinosaur skeleton every day from Monday to Friday. The dinosaur is a Plateosaurus – the star of our special exhibition ‘The First Dinosaur’.

Time:
Every day at 13:00. This activity lasts one hour.

Meeting point:
In the reception area

 

Activities in the Workshop

Every day of Family Week offers an exciting new activity in the Workshop inside the exhibition:

Monday
Make stone animals – build your own imaginary animal from stones and other natural materials.

Tuesday
Cast a dinosaur tooth - and take it home.

Wednesday
Nature Jewellery - make your own jewellery from beautiful natural materials.

Thursday
The Great Fossil Show - the best stories about the chalk fossils.

Friday
Sand Sculpture Competition - build a beautiful sculpture made of magical sand. Take a picture and post it on our Facebook page. We’ll choose a winner. Great prizes!

 

Dinosaur Hunting in Greenland - lecture

Does the idea of being a dinosaur hunter fascinate you? Then come and hear Director of GeoCenter Møns Klint, Nils Natorp talk about GeoCenter’s major dinosaur expedition to Greenland in 2012.


There will be plenty of photos and videos, as well as interesting anecdotes about camp life and how palaeontologists work. The lecture is suitable for older children and adults (in Danish).

THURSDAY 4th JULY
14:00