At the Industrial Museum, you can see and hear the fantastic story of the development and way of life of the industrial and welfare society. Here you get a clear picture of what life looked like for your parents, grandparents or great-grandparents. Here are experiences for both children and adults.
Do you know the smell of the “old days”?
– If not, then you have the opportunity to sniff it in, to experience it up close at the Industrial Museum. For Industrimuseet is a great and fantastic story about the development and way of life of the industrial and welfare society. And so it is for everyone. It contains the whole of life.
As soon as you step in the door, you sense it. You have just ended up in a different time, and here you get a clear picture of what life looked like for your parents, grandparents or great-grandparents.
Do you also have children who see best with their fingers?
Then you have nothing to worry about here, because you have come to the paradise of the arrow fingers! At the Danish Museum of Industry, there is room for play, and if you follow in the footsteps of the buildings, you are sure to get it all.
The children’s moped workshop
In the new play exhibition, there are work tables for children, tool boxes, children’s kettle suits and an authentic workshop expression from a bygone era. Someone has disassembled the green Puch Maxi from 1973, and now the museum can not figure out how to assemble it again. They urgently need help from curious children!
September-June: Every day 11.00 – 16.00
July-August: Every day 10.00 – 16.00
Adults DKK 70.
The Museum Card – Visit 4 museums in 7 days
Experience 4 museums in Horsens with one ticket: The museum card gives you access to the Prison, the Industrial Museum, Horsens Art Museum and Horsens Museum for 7 days. With the museum card, you can look forward to a lot of exciting experiences and stories – and then you save money on the ticket and get two cups of coffee / tea with the purchase.
Now only DKK 200 (normal price DKK 315)
Remember to check opening hours on the individual museum’s website before your visit. Outside the high season, some of the museums are closed on Mondays.
You can buy your museum card at the entrance to one of the four museums.