118. The Greenlandic House


Creepy Greenland
As the darkness of winter sets over Greenland spirits, ghosts and other daunting creatures lure in the shadows. Join us on a journey into the spirit world of Greenland; meet frightening mask dancers and experience the creepy atmosphere. Take an audio guided tour of the House and listen to accounts of our residing ghosts. Children and playful adults can create a “mitaartut” mask – a survival from pre-Christian times. Welcome to The Greenlandic House – if you dare!

Time: 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Det Grønlandske Hus
Løvstræde 6
1152 København K

Categories and District
Buy a meal
Children 6-12 years
Explore on your own
City centre

Associated events

18:00 - 23:00

Audioguide: Ghost stories

There are ghosts in The Greenlandic House. An audio guided tour in Danish and Greenlandic.
18:00 - 23:00

Creepy cakes by confectioner Malene Fisker

Even our cakes are creepy this night. You can also buy sandwiches and sodas.
18:30 - 18:50
19:30 - 19:50
20:30 - 20:50
21:30 - 21:50

Movie: Kaassassuk – the Orphan/by Perlefilm

The film was created with aid from children from the children’s home i Uummannaq. English at 7.30 pm
18:00 - 23:00

Art: Spiritual beings and creatures

In the gallery: Old Greenlandic masks are shown together with new ceramic figures by Martin Brandt.
18:00 - 23:00

Art: FACES by Ivalo Frank and Jessie Kleemann

Art exhibition addressing facial expressions and political issues.
19:00 - 19:15
20:00 - 20:15

Mask dancing by Bendo Schmidt and Aviaja Lumholt

The Greenlandic mask dancers spread fear and laughter as they scare people with their dance.
18:00 - 21:30

Mask workshop by Gwilli Bergenholtz

Create your own scary mask as Greenlandic children do on the holiday of Mitaartut January 6.
18:00 - 23:00

Creepy yard by Pilu Hammeken and Ejlert Knudsen

A spectacular sound- and lightshow creates a truly creepy atmosphere in our yard.