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EXHIBITIONS

MUSEUM OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Tidens Samling displayes two exhibitions: the permanent exhibition and the special exhibition.

The permanent exhibition consists of nine living rooms from 1900’s to 1990’s with original and authentic interiors from typical Danish homes. In the permanent exhibition you are allowed to touch the items, sit in the furniture, open the drawers and read the books and magazines. Learn more.

Tidens Samling has a dressing area where you can try on clothes from the decades in the 20th century, a café and a museum shop.

“Such a great joy to travel back in time. It has students discount and all the clothes are free to wear and take photos, if you are interested. The staff are kind enough to help you know better about the different decades. Recommended for both children and adults.”

MUSEUM OF EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE 20TH CENTURY

Tidens Samling displayes two exhibitions: the permanent exhibition and the special exhibition.

The permanent exhibition consists of nine living rooms from 1900’s to 1990’s with original and authentic interiors from typical Danish homes. In the permanent exhibition you are allowed to touch the items, sit in the furniture, open the drawers and read the books and magazines. Learn more.

Tidens Samling has a dressing area where you can try on clothes from the decades in the 20th century, a café and a museum shop.

“Such a great joy to travel back in time. It has students discount and all the clothes are free to wear and take photos, if you are interested. The staff are kind enough to help you know better about the different decades. Recommended for both children and adults.”

SPECIAL EXHIBITION 2019

YOUNG IN THE 60S

Once a year Tidens Samling displayes a new special exhibition focusing on Danish design or different aspects of the 20th century.

The special exhibition 2019, Young in the 60s, focuses on a decade that in many ways changed Denmark. The youth created their very own identity through attitude, music, culture and fashion – and distanced themselves from their parents generation.

Learn more.