Have a fun day at the Workers Museum
Take the family and experience the history of the Danish labour movement. You can visit the grocery shop, drink a cup of Rich's coffee and see a flat from the 1950s. Admission is free.
The Workers Museum is a culture-historical museum in the middle of Copenhagen. The Workers Museum disseminates the development of the everyday life of Danish workers and working conditions from 1870 to the present. The museum allows you and your family to experience changing exhibitions, attend events or play in the children's area where you can dress up and try to work as an old-fashioned delivery boy or brewery worker.
When you get tired of the activities, you can drink a cup of coffee or eat lunch in the Workers Museum's Café & Øl-Halle (restaurant and beer hall).
Admission is free for children and members of Finansforbundet.
What to do
You will gain free admittance to the Workers Museum by showing your membership card at the entrance. You can find your membership card in My Union - see under your member’s profile.
Contact us32 96 46 00
You are welcome to call us Thursday from 8.30-16.00 and Friday from 8.30-15.00.
You can also send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org