There information is presented poorly and there is little wealth of historical content. It is only partly translated so English speakers will find less information than native speakers. It is disappointing because it was a good concept for a museum. I would recommend other museums above this one.
Took our teens to have a look around and it turned into a bit of a nostalgic trip down memory lane seeing items on display that my own grandparents had in their home. Well laid out, many displays in englush too, free for under 18s, not expensive for us. Good value
If you are in the area and you are interested in Denmark's past labor movements, then you might find the cost of admission worth it. I'm a little critical of the layout (which I found didn't seem to flow smoothly) and the vignette style exhibits (essentially antiques constructed as home scenes) as they related to workers of the era's portrayed.... 更多
Thank you very much for your visit to the museum and for your feedback. I am glad to hear that... 更多
The Workers Museum is a small museum that tells of life in the fifties. Although it is only a small museum it is worth a visit if you're in the area. The staff were very friendly and helpful. There is information in English in the rooms. There is a small coffee shop on the first floor and a shop on... 更多
The Workers Museum is an interesting concept museum celebrating some of the key eras of work in Copenhagen (particularly the 1950s) and the workers themselves. Exhibits on three floors have audio programs and visual display cases - unfortunately there are very few in English. It was a fine thing to do to walk through with a Copenhagen card, but I'm... 更多
The Workers' Museum tells the history of the Danish working class in its small rooms. Display is old-fashioned but impressing. The narrative is not limited to the past, but parallels the work in modern sweatshops in Asia and the unemployment of the European workers.
Really interesting museum about the history of workers in Denmark and the Danish labour movement, situated in a historic building that also houses the old Danish Workers' Assembly Hall. Most legends to the exhibits and additional texts are available in English, too, either on the walls, as handouts, or on monitors (there's no consistent approach). Even with the leaflet containing... 更多
If you have time left, step back in time to the fifties. You can see every day life of the working class. The museum is a maze of rooms, shops, etc about life in this period. Also nice to visit with children.
This is a museum best for giving children a simple cosy and rather sanitised view of an important aspect of social/domestic history, through rose-tinted glasses. No problem if it helps develop an interest in the past, in the way people have lived. ( It'd be great to hear more oral history and film footage, to help 'touch time' in museums... 更多