Travel through time and experience how Danish working families working conditions and everyday life have evolved over time. The Worker Museum at Nørreport in Copenhagen takes you on a tour through exhibitions, which convey the cultural history of the workers movement.
Through a large archive of photos, objects, books and journals, you can dive into worker unions, workers political parties and people in the labour movement. Here you will get an insight into different parts of labour parties and other cultural topics. Lectures, workshops, concerts and other events are also among the activities that the Worker Museum has.
The Children's part of the Labour Museum has many fun activities where children can experience how it was to be a child in the period from 1800s until 1980. What did a grocery shop look like in the old days? Was it hard to be a working child in a shop? How fast can you write on a typewriter?
At the Children's part of the Worker Museum, you can touch everything, play in an apartment from the 1830s, and see what happens if you interrupt a man sitting on an old-fashioned toilet.
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