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A tour to Frederiksberg to walk through “Cisternerne”, an abandoned subterranean reservoir which originally contained the drinking water supply for the Danish capital and could hold as much as 16 million litres of clean water.
A fascinating underground art gallery
The Cisterns are now an underground art space and the exhibition this year, Multiple Realities, is created by the Japanese-born artist/architect, Chihru Shiota, who leads the visitors through a dream-like scenario of sensuous installations. Swaying fabric constructions draw circular formations in the humid air and rotating dresses appear to be dancing over the water surface. Entrancing!
Luncheon: If you would like to eat lunch after the tour, we suggest “Hansens Gamle Familiehave” Pile Allé 10-12, 2000 Frederiksberg at 12.15.
This is a family garden café/restaurant. It is a downhill walk from the Zoo to Pile Alle. It is a cosy, under-cover cafe with heated floors. The menu is extensive and reasonably priced.
There will be an auction at this luncheon, proceeds to go to support Philanthropic projects.
Only MobilePay accepted at the auction.
A tour of the Royal Copenhagen flagship store and the tables decorated for Xmas. Illums Bolighus store.
A table has been reserved for 10 guests at 13:00 for lunch/cake & coffee in Illums Sky Restaurant. Please let the organiser know if you are staying for lunch.
This is a two hour, guided tour in English of this unique Power Plant situated at Copenhill/Amager Bakke. This tour focuses on energy production and will explain how city’s waste is handled in order to turn it into electricity, district heating and recyclable materials.
Safety on the tour
All participants must wear long trousers and practical, closed shoes. Anyone wearing flip-flops (not likely in winter!), sandals or high-heeled shoes will not be allowed entry.
Ample, Free Parking available in front of the plant.
Bus 2A from Christianshavn Station toward Refshaleøen. Get off at Lynetten stop and walk 10 minutes to Copenhill.