Arbejdermuseet, Copenhagen

Arbejdermuseet, Copenhagen - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Rømersgade 22, 1362 Copenhagen K

Phone: +45-33932575

Ticket Price: 75 DKK

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Time Required: 01:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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About Arbejdermuseet, Copenhagen

The local museum in Copenhagen Denmark was established in 1986 and along with the Labour movement library and archives, showcases the working life in the city over the past 150 years. The museum includes around 63,000 objects and 12,000 pieces of art that speak of the Danish culture, traditional and its evolution to the present day.

The huge collection of Photos shows you just how the working class of the city has contributed to the country and also document international and national events that helped shape Denmark’s society while the Poster collection gives you a peek into the election campaigns and political endeavours of the city since the early 20th century.

You can also find a wide variety of books that document the Danish labour movement along with fine Danish literature while the archives have over 3,000 records and documents belonging to private organisations, political parties and labour movements.

See vintage pieces of furniture, televisions, radios and a complete home that offers you a live-in experience through the city’s history.  Do end your visit at the Gift shop.


Arbejdermuseet Ticket Prices


  • Adults: DKK 75
  • Students and young people 18 to 25 years: DKK 55
  • Children under 18: Free admission
  • For ticket prices for groups over 10 people and any other prices, visit the official website.

Admission is Free for members of:

  • Plumbers connected
  • Danish Artist Union
  • Danish Elforbund
  • Danish Jernbaneforbund
  • Danish Magisterforening
  • Danish Metal
  • Danish Actors Association
  • HK ( print even ticket from the association's website )
  • Enlisted and Corporal Association
  • LFS - National Association of Social Educators ( print even ticket from the association's website )
  • Service Connected
  • Social and Health Department, Godthåbsvej 15, Frederiksberg (FOA branch)
  • Social Educational Landsforbund
  • 3R

Arbejdermuseet Opening and Closing Hours

  • For visit after the said hours, you will need special reservations.

How To reach Arbejdermuseet by Public Transport

  • By Train: Nørreport Station
  • By Metro: Nørreport
  • By Bus:  Nørre Farimagsgade (Frederiksborggade)
  • By Taxi
  • By renting a Bicycle.

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  • I loved this museum. They really put you in the shoes of the working class as it's changed since the early twentieth century up until today, and also touch on social issues while they're at it. A family who loves in Copenhagen for several decades and preserved their apartment donated it to the museum and you can see all of their appliances and even the decorations from their walls. A great way to experience history that is very recent and yet often feels worlds away due to the massive changes that took place during the last century.

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  • A really interesting museum! I wasn't expecting too much from this, but it was fascinating! Great to see history from a different angle. It's over multiple floors and spread across lots of eras and rooms. There's even a flat that was donated by a woman and the items/wallpaper/doors have even been moved over into this building to recreate it. A great insight into someone's everyday life across the decades. The site itself had been bought by the worker's party and its history comes right up to the modern day. There's a small cafe where you can try food/drink from an earlier age. The shop is really good and has some really interesting items. Would be a good place for buying some unique holiday gifts!

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  • Everybody should visit this amazing place, showing how people lived and worked in Denmark in the past

  • Interesting details about 1950ies and before. Very enlightening special exebition on Slavery. Well worth the money. Be sure to visit on a saturday. You can enjoy a great traditional danish lunch in the restaurant below, at a decent price.

  • We went here for a company event. The facilities are nice and the food was alright as well. The working-class vibe is present but not too on the nose

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