The free entrance to the National Museum of Denmark will soon be a thing of the past, since the museum will start charging an entrance fee of 75 kr starting on July 1st. 2016. This will affect a number of museums under the National Museum, such as the Royal Arsenal Museum.
We are planning on staying 7 days in Denmark with 3 or 4 of those in Copenhagen. Looking at the web site for the National Museum of Denmark, I think we would be interested in seeing several of the other museums as well as the main Museum. I saw some information at
that appears to show the entrance fee for various locations. Sadly I can't read Danish so I used Google Translate to get an English translation. I believe I learned that there is a separate entrance fee for each of the locations. Each fee is good for one location and one day. I was hoping to find a pass that is good for multiple locations and multiple days so that we could visit several of the locations over the course of a few days at a lower price. Am I correct that there is no multiple day, multiple location pass? Thanks.
Yes that's exactly right, there are seperate fees for each location. It appears that the National Museum is already covered by the Copenhagen Card http://www.copenhagencard.com/?ld=0&_ga=1.11404724.1200178367.1464421930. You will have to do the math to see if the card is good value or not. In my view the card is usually only really worth it if you want to make day trips to Helsingør or Roskilde, since it also covers public transport and a non-discounted one way ticket to those towns is 109 kr each way.