Arbejdermuseet (Rømersgade 22, Copenhagen) — this museum has exhibits on the Danish working class (explaining the museum’s name, which means “Workers’ Museum). The periods covered range from the 1870s to today, with exhibits showing actual replicas of a working family’s living quarters (furniture, home décor, etc.) from eras like the 1950s (where American-style consumerism started to take hold in Denmark). Foreigners get insight on the evolution of modern life in Denmark.
Admission: 90 DKK (Adult), 65 DKK (Students & visitors ages 18-25), Children under 18: free. Hours: 10 am – 4 pm daily; 10 am – 7 pm (Wednesday).