Danish museum visitor numbers in freefall

Fewer visitors to tourist attractions now they’re not free
Visitor numbers to two of the best-known museums in Copenhagen are in freefall now that you have to pay to get in, it is being reported.
The National Museum of Denmark (Nationalmuseet) and the National Gallery of Art (Statens Museum for Kunst) brought back admission prices at the start of the summer.
The most serious fall has been seen at the National Museum where tickets cost DKK 75 (€10) per adult, with visitor numbers down 30%. At the Art Gallery, where tickets cost DKK 110 (€14.80; children go free), there are 9% fewer visitors (down by 3,400 a month).
But the museums remain hopeful guests will return once they get used to paying. The tickets were introduced in response to budget cuts.
Metroxpress / Copenhagen Post

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