The Workers' Museum
+45 33 93 2575
Fax: +45 3314 5258
At this museum you can follow the development of the culture and history of the working classes in Denmark since 1850. The Workers' Museum is situated in the former Workers' Assembly Hall, which was built by the labour movement in 1879. The Assembly Hall was restored in 1985 to its original World War I splendour. Karl Liebknecht, Rosa Luxembourg and Lenin have all spoken in this hall. Nowadays The Assembly Hall is used for exhibitions, concerts, theatre and political meetings. It also houses the café-bar Ølhalle 1892.
Nearest Train or Bus:
S-Tog & Re-Tog: Nørreport; Bus 5A, 6A, 14, 40, 42, 43, 173E, 184, 185, 150S, 350S; Metro: Nørreport
Best Modes of Transportation: Bus Subway Walking
Notes: The museum is situated right in the center of Copenhagen, and it is therefore easy to walk to.
Parking Availability: No
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