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The Victorian Home, Copenhagen

(5/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • This fantastic apartment from late Victorian times is really impressive. Its location and lavish decor where nothing has changed since the start of 1900 is worth a visit. The tour from the national museum and around the apartment takes an hour and must be booked tickets from home. I've been here end 1990 with the school where I remember we got more information than this time. However, there are good stories and annokdoter are both for children and adults
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  • This apartment has been preserved with its 1890's furnishing and decor. An excellent opportunity to understand how a wealthy family lived in late 19thcentury Copenhagen. Nothing major has changed sinc...  more »
  • An apartment lived in by a family who moved in in 1890 - the decor never changed. Two daughters lived on there as maiden ladies until the early 1960s. When the parents died their room was locked, neve...  more »
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  • Immaculate apartment with original furnishings from a wealthy Danish family dating back to 1890. Two sisters lived there until their deaths and donated their apartment to the National museum. As they were unmarried, nothing in the apartment was updated after their father passed away in 1890. They were one of the first houses in Denmark to get electricity and running water. They even had one of the first telephones; family had 1 digit phone number - 7 - showing their prominence in the country. Everything is preserved perfectly and allows for a glimpse into how life was lived over 100 years ago. Available as a guided tour only, as apartment is protected by the state. Guided tour is free with Copenhagen card from National Museum. Can redeem in lieu of free gift.