In Denmark, the second happiest country in the world now lies the first-ever Happiness Museum.
Created by the think tank, The Happiness Research Institute, this museum houses exhibits and hosts interactive activities.
Its goal: to offer a little happiness from different perspectives and create a political and societal change.
Copenhagen, Denmark, the fifth happiest city on earth this 2020, now houses a small museum about the big things in life – the Happiness Museum.
Created by the think tank called the Happiness Research Institute, this museum was opened on July 14 to offer hope as the coronavirus pandemic rages on. The Happiness Museum is a 240-sq. m. (2,585 sq. ft.) space dedicated to the idea of happiness and how it is perceived and discussed over the centuries.