Post & Tele Museum, Copenhagen
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
At Post & Tele Museum, discover how people communicated in the days before computers and smart phones. The museum features a huge collection of Danish stamps issued between 1851 and 1998, old phones, telegraphs, computers, and more modern communication devices. Send a message by telegraph, or hold one of the first models of mobile phones which weighed 11.5 kg (25.5 lbs). The permanent exhibit is divided into three sections: the king's post office, the age of invention, and the information society. Go on a 400-year historic tour and listen to H.C. Andersen speaking about letters. A cafe with a view at the roof serves Danish lunch. Work out when and for how long to visit Post & Tele Museum and other Copenhagen attractions using our handy Copenhagen itinerary maker.
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入場は特に受付も無く入れました、コペンハーゲンカードを持っていれば問題無いと思いますが翌日トイレをかりるために入りましたが無料でした。最上階にはカフェがあり眺望は素晴らしく、ナナ・ディッチェルの椅子がありました。途中階が博物館になっていて郵便配達の馬車から古い電柱、電話配線、古い電話機等が展示されていて子供たちが勉強に来ていました。通信の歴史が分かりやすく展示されています。１階にはショップがありデ... read more »To borrow toilet next day admission is particularly reception, if you have got the Copenhagen card problem and would like it was free. There is a cafe on the top floor the views are nice, Nana ditches Chair. Middle floor is the Museum, old utility poles, telephone wires, old mailman from your phone such as the children came to study. The history of communication are easy to understand. You can buy stamps and shops on the ground floor, designed in Denmark to the. Not many visitors, could see the gently.show original
Lovely museum to visit. Great fun for children and adult. Highly recommend to send you postcards there with their pretty stamps! (my friends just love them all)
地図にある場所に行ってみましたが、それらしいものがなく、後で調べたら、2017年に移転オープンするようです。 カフェも展望が良くて人気のようだったので、残念です。I went to the location on the map, but they looked after, but what seems to relocation in 2017. Cafe staff review was popular, so sorry.show original
Nice hidden museum in the city centre. It's free. Especially for Kids but adults will enjoy the exhibition, too. There's a huge play area for Kids on the last floor.
the museum is about posting mail and post office's and about the telephone. the section of the museum about the post office's story was about some one grandfather and how he use to work here at the post office and what they did. while i was there I got to meet the person who's grandfather work there in the post office and who the museum was about and saw her baby picture and talk to her. Her sister called Ann Rasmussen wrote and told this story and thats what the museum is about. :)
Anton Paarup Kylling
Great playground for kids
Surprisingly big and interesting exhibition. And, entry is free
Nice view on the rooftop cafe, BUT BAD SERVICE and too expensive
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