GeoCenter Møns Klint

Photo: GeoCenter Møns Klint

Visitor’s centre, natural phenomena, active holidays and more – all for the price of one! The GeoCentre at Møns Klint offers entertainment and education for children and adults alike!

At one of Denmark’s most beautiful and most visited natural attractions, Møns Klint, we find the GeoCentre of the same name. An experience centre that tells us about the birth of Denmark, right where it all began.

Fresh air, activities and the unique Møns Klint cliffs

The area around the GeoCentre and Møns Klint is simply so great that people flock to it all year round. The photos on social media say it all – people love it!

The beautiful cliffs that rise 128 metres above the turquoise sea – The Klinteskoven forest that radiates green light from the chalky soil, and an incredibly rich flora and fauna. In other words, a nature experience beyond the ordinary! 

Experiences high and low

Møns Klint is also known for its 497 steps from the top of the cliff down to the beach. There are plenty of opportunities for a break along the stairs – because it is quite a trip! And the trip back up is just as far!

But don’t worry – if your legs are not fit for long and steep stairs, you can enjoy the scenery from the “boardwalk” on top of the cliff.

You can also go snorkelling at Møns Klint. For two hours, you can search the seabed for fossils, animals and other fun finds.

Book your expedition and guide in advance via GeoCentre Møns Klint and get ready for fun and excitement!

Three interesting facts about Møns Klint

1. You can experience the Dark Sky phenomenon at Møns Klint. Because of the extremely low light pollution on the site, the stars are COMPLETELY clear.

2. When you purchase an entrance ticket to GeoCentre Møns Klint, you also get a season pass with access to the previously mentioned activities – at no extra charge!

3. Møns Klint was also popular in the 1800s, when painters and researchers interested in the site helped attract ordinary tourists. Small tour boats sailed out from bridges along the beach, allowing tourists to see the cliffs from the sea.