The Womens Museum, Aarhus

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The Womens Museum, Aarhus - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Domkirkepladsen 5, 8000 Aarhus, Denmark

Phone: +45-86186470

Ticket Price: 45 DKK

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 08:00 pm Details

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One of the women’s museums in the world – this place showcases the development, evolution and impact of Danish women on the history of the country. The first of the two expansive permanent collections is Womens’s Lives, which covers a vast range of roles in great detail: prehistoric, middle ages, education and rights,  the relationship between mistress and servant, birth, housekeeping, wartime roles, health and physical care and the struggle for equality. The other permanent exhibition is the History of Childhood that looks into child mortality, child labour, schooling, play and toys, clothes, books and media. In addition, there are always a number of excellent temporary exhibitions looking into prominent women or women-centric projects. Do check out the website for information on upcoming exhibitions.

The Womens Museum Ticket Prices

  • Entry is free under eighteen years.
  • DKK 35 for students.

How To reach The Womens Museum by Public Transport

  • Skolebakken st

Restaurants Near The Womens Museum

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The Womens Museum, Aarhus Reviews - Write a Review

  • A gem smack in the middle of the city. Interactive expos of different themes. A must visit.

  • Its big but you don't know much about the womens history

  • Expected a little more, but really worth a visit.

  • Interesting exhibitions.

  • Looking forward to the new exhibitions. Charming cafe.

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