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{Denmark} A Worker’s Life at the Arbejdermuseet

April 4, 2014

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As I have mentioned before, we spent last Christmas in Copenhagen and fell in love with some of its fantastically family-friendly museums. One of those I have not yet written about, is the Arbejdermuseet or in English ‘Worker’s Museum’. It was opened in the early 1980s by the trade unions and is housed in the union movement’s old village hall which dates back to the 1870s. The main focus of the museum is to show what everyday life for Copenhagen workers was like over the […]

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Museum City Guide: Mel’s Top 5 for Families in Copenhagen

July 22, 2013

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Today I’m really happy to welcome back Melanie Haynes, in the first of the ‘Museum City Guide’ guest editions that I had promised you. Mel and I originally became friends through an English speaking playgroup in Berlin, and she has previously contributed a guest post on toddler testing Berlin’s Museum für Naturkunde with her son, who is a year older than #MuseumBaby. We were really sad when Mel and her family moved back to Copenhagen, and also a little bit jealous because it’s a place […]

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