Workers Museum for Children
Take a walk in the past
The Worker's Museum in Copenhagen has a kids section, where they can experience first-hand what life was like for the working class children of Copenhagen in the 1930s. Entrance is free for under 18s.
The museum covers a period of 100 years, from the end of the 1800's to 1980. The main focus is on children's daily life in the 1930's, and what it was like to grow up in a financial crisis.
What did great-grandad do as a boy?
Let them discover the everyday life of their great grandparents' generation. Did they really have to work every day? Did they have any toys? Perhaps they worked as a bicycle delivery boy or girl, at the brewery or at the grocery shop.
They can also play in an old fashioned kitchen and dress up in wooden shoes, and 1930’s kid’s clothing. In this exhibition you can play with everything!
Backyard games and fun during the summer
During summer in the museum's historical backyard, kids can experience the scenes of everyday life as well as games and working conditions for the city's youngsters in the early 1900s. All summer activities and admission for the museum are free for kids below the age of 18.
The target group is the three to 12-year-olds, but in reality there is room for playful souls of all ages.
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- Workers Museum for Children
- Rømersgade 22
1362 København K