Kvindemuseet. The former City Hall of Aarhus.
Kvindemuseet was founded in 1982 and is housed in the former Aarhus City Hall, built in 1857. As of 2012, the museum operated on a budget of DKK 10 million from state, municipal and private funding.
There is a café and bakery at Kvindemuseet.
In addition to its permanent and temporary exhibitions, Kvindemuseet provides educational outreach programs. In 2014, the Aarhus municipality approved an annual grant of DKK 500,000 to Kvindemuseet to teach sex education, gender equality and democracy to schoolchildren.
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