Spend the autumn holiday in South Zealand & Møn. Start planning with our guide to the many experiences and activities available in the autumn holidays in South Zealand & Møn.
Come and have a great, challenging day for the whole family on the great climbing courses in Denmark's largest climbing park, or go for a walk along the boardwalk to the impressive Forest Tower and enjoy immersion in the beautiful autumn colours. The climbing park is open from Thursday to Sunday in October from 10 AM to 6 PM, and the Forest Tower is open every day all year round (from 10 AM to 6 PM in October).
Halloween at BonBon-Land
Look forward to Halloween with excitement and thrills at BonBon-Land. This year you can visit five spooky haunted houses, including the extra spooky "Zombie Trail". There will be lots of activities, living skeletons and spooky movies on at BonBio.
If the war had arrived
This autumn, come and see the special exhibition "If the war had arrived" at the Stevnsfort Cold War Museum, where you can see the Danish preparations for the Cold War in the form of equipment in the event of nuclear war, medical equipment and very heavy artillery.
During the autumn holidays there are plenty of activities at Gavnø - come and enjoy the Danish autumn weather and try your hand at the Gavnø Go Fly courses. Gavnø are lighting the bonfire and offering free bread to cook over it to all their guests. Every day from 10 AM to 4 PM.
GeoCenter Møns Klint
In autumn, fun is guaranteed for the whole family at GeoCenter Møns Klint. You can see the exhibition about the First Dinosaur, make your own amulet necklace, go on guided tours and much, much more. See the whole cliff in its beautiful autumnal glory from the treetops of the Climbing courses, which are open every day.
Get lost in Kalvehave Labyrinth Park
The maze park is open from 1 p.m. 10am to 5pm and invite everyone to fun and challenging activities during the fall holidays. Can you get out before darkness falls? From October 16 to October 18, it is open until 11 p.m. 22:00, so remember the flashlight.
Let Holmegaard Værk's large collection of glass inspire you, and find well-known glasses from the whole family's childhood. During the autumn holidays you can attend inspiring and exciting events.
Visit Møn Ice Cream
How much milk does a cow produce per day, and how does milk turn into ice cream? Get these answers and many more at Møn Is during the autumn holidays.
Autumn holiday at Borgen
Go on a ghost hunt and hunt spectres and monsters around the castle grounds, or enjoy the view from the top of the Goose Tower. There are child-friendly experiences galore at the Danish Castle Centre.
Fossil Hunting in Faxe Limestone Quarry
Giant monsters have taken over Geomuseum Faxe with Jim Lyngvild's special exhibition INORROOQ – The Shapeshifter Come and see full-size models, skeletons and casts of fossils. If you want to find your own fossils, you can go on a guided fossil hunt in Faxe Kalkbrud.
Autumn holiday ticket and the autumn day in Stege
The autumn holiday ticket in Stege gives you access to activities taking place around Stege's shops. These include games like a letter hunt, hosted by participating shops which are providing small gifts. The autumn ticket can be bought in Zalmiak in Stege from 15 to 22 October.
The castle cellar at Gisselfeld Monastery is haunted: experience equal parts of fun and horror.
The castle garden is also putting on a treasure hunt and a pumpkin workshop throughout the autumn holidays.
Apple Day in Stege
Apple Day is a thoroughly lovely day dedicated to apples in Stege. The scent of apples is everywhere, and the town is full of happy guests: many apple-interested people from Møn and South Zealand.
Experience Dark Sky during the autumn holidays
In October, two meteor showers will be visible from Dark Sky Park Møn. You can see up to 20 shooting stars an hour, coming from the famous Halley's comet, among others. Remember to bring warm clothes, something warm to drink in your thermos, a chair, a sleeping mat and a sleeping bag. A good evening lies in store.