In the Postal Communication Museum, visitors can learn in detail how people communicated before the advent of computers and the development of modern communication technology. In addition, this museum also has a large collection of Danish stamps issued between 1851 and 1998. You can appreciate the design style of past stamps, and there are many precious editions, which are of historical significance and artistic value. It is very ornamental.
There is a small museum with few people, and there is a movie theater that talks about the history of postal and telecommunications. You can choose the movie you want to watch. The environment is good. The postman dolls and carriages on display are very realistic and delicate. The souvenir shop downstairs sells various stamps from Denmark over the years, which is great.
Very small museum not many people, but the experience is super good
Some cultural relics are still very well preserved.
The Postal and Telecommunications Museum is really good!
On a recent trip to Copenhagen, I decided to visit the museum. Looking at the website wasn't very helpful, so I thought that I would go anyway. It turned out that although the cafe and shop are open t...
Here is what the web site tells you: On 6 January 2017 we struck for the first time opened the doors to our new Museum of Østerallé 1 Østerbro - right at the Triangle and Fælledparken. For we are...
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)
Closed...this museum i visite from outside via Stroget (famous walking street) 3 different days...All is closed...Under construction the area....
Here you can expirience how it was to communicate before the internet and the smartphone. Losts of artifacts from the past. It is possible to try older equipment.