Kinopalæet: is a modern movie theatre with a café and 11 screens. Klampenborgvej 215 A, Kgs. Lyngby
Templet (The Temple): is a dynamic music venue in the middle of Lyngby. It presents quality concerts which support the local music scene. Jernbanevej 16, Kgs. Lyngby.
The Bellevue Theatre: is located by Klampenborg Station overlooking the Øresund. Many international shows and musicals are performed here. Strandvejen 451, Klampenborg.
The open air theatre in Ulvedalene (the Wolves’ Valleys) in Dyrehaven: has performances every second or third year presented by the Royal Danish Theatre.
Bakken: amusement park in Dyrehaven has more rides than any other amusement park in Scandinavia. Dyrehavevej 62, Klampenborg.
Sophienholm: The former Country House at Sophienholm now houses different art exhibitions and presents summer entertainment in the park. It overlooks the Bagsværd Lake and is situated in a beautiful park. It is a perfect venue for a picnic. Nybrovej 401, Kgs. Lyngby.
Arts and crafts: Numerous artists have settled in Lyngby-Taarbæk, and consequently you find impressive exhibitions – large and small – around the municipality. Lyngby Kunstforening (Art Society) has exhibitions on a regular basis in the show room at Jernbanepladsen 22, Kgs. Lyngby.
Frilandsmuseet (Open Air Museum): This is one of the largest and oldest open-air museums in the world. Located in Virum, it is spread across 86 acres of land and it houses more than 50 farms, mills and houses from the period 1650-1950. During the summer, the museum presents a variety of events such as theatre, craft fairs, dance and music performances. Kongevejen 100, Kgs. Lyngby.
Brede Værk (Brede Works): In what was once Denmark’s biggest textile factory in the 1800s, new technology has now been used to tell the story of working life at the cloth mill, the growth of industrial society and the welfare state. I.C. Modewegsvej, Kgs. Lyngby.
Frieboeshvile: At the municipal museum in the northern part of Lyngby, you can experience interiors of a summer villa from 1756/1800 or perhaps let the children explore General Frieboes garden. The exhibitions tell the history of Lyngby-Taarbæk from the Stone Age until modern times. Lyngby Hovedgade 2, Kgs Lyngby.