1362 Copenhagen K.
Tlf: +45 3393 2575
Food and beverage
In “Café & Ølhalle 1892” – the Workers Museum’s authentic restaurant and beer hall – you can enjoy a traditional Danish lunch menu in unique surroundings. Café & Ølhalle is the only listed basement restaurant in Copenhagen and still looks as it did in the early 20th century.
At our coffee shop Kaffebaren, on the first floor, you can enjoy traditional Danish cakes with a cup of coffee brewed like in the 1950’s, or perhaps a Stjernepils – a beer only available at the Workers Museum. All while you are enjoying the atmosphere of times gone by.
You are also welcome to eat your packed lunch at the museum, though not in Kaffebaren. Please note, that when the museum is hosting events it might not be possible to eat your packed lunch inside the museum. But if the weather is nice, please feel free to eat by the tables in the yard by the entrance.
Kids of all ages are always welcome at the Workers Museum. We have lots to offer children – even a Kids’ Workers Museum where you are allowed to play with everything. We offer a childrens’ birthday koncept, which can be booked in advance, and children often visit us with their schools or kinder gardens.
There is a changing table in the accessible toilet on the ground floor, and we also have a pushchair you can use free of charge.
The Workers Museum offers special rates for groups of ten or more. Please contact us for further information.
Guided Tours and Activities
Read about guided tours here. We also have treasure hunts for children and adults, as well as a sound and light installation in the Assembly Hall Attic.
The museum has an accessible toilet.
The width of doors at the museum varies: The doors of the lift to our permanent exhibitions can accommodate wheelchairs up to 80cm wide, whereas the entrance to the café and beer hall is only 75cm wide. The doors of the lift to the lower floor and the balcony of the Assembly Hall are 98 cm wide, making it possible for wheelchairs wider than 80cm to access our special exhibitions and – with this lift – also the Assembly Hall and exhibitions on the first floor.
If your own wheelchair is too wide, you are welcome to use the museum wheelchair.