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Half-price culture get besøgstallene to rise

If, in the course of the summer going to museums or a walk past the zoo, you get a surprise, if one expects to pay full price.

As part of the summer package, which should kick in the coronaramte economy, the fares from the 27. June on a variety of cultural experiences been halved.

At H. C. Andersens Odense, where guests can step in the author's footsteps, and among other things, visit his childhood home, it can be marked on the ticket sales, that the prices have gotten a notch down.

- We had under 100 guests on the day (within 27. June, ed.), and now we are up to hit the 600 to 700 guests daily, says Merete Schultz, who is publikumschef of the Odense City Museums.

the Start of this week, at the same time, featured, what some would call classic Danish summer weather: rain and sleet.

Here, H. C. Andersen, Odense experienced a small increase compared with the same days in the previous week.

However, believes Merete Schultz, that this progress is due to a combination of the weather, and several have got holiday in week 28.

From the Moesgaard Museum in the south of Aarhus, says ceo Mads Kähler Holst, that this week has been 'good museumsvejr'.

Right now is the museum of up to 2000 daily visitors, which is on the same level as last year.

At the Aalborg Zoo, an adult as a result of the discount to only pay 100 crowns to enter. It has got the guests to flow thereto.

- Before the summer package entered into force, we were a little bit ahead of normal. From the 27. June to today we are about 50 percent ahead of normal, says Søren Sørensen, who is sales and communications director in the Aalborg Zoo.

In Ishøj at Arken Museum of Modern Art assesses the museum director Christian Gether, that the summer package has increased ticket sales by about 20 percent.

- We are experiencing a tremendous publikumstilstrømning, he says.

the Ticket was already in full swing before the summer package entered into force, tells museumsdirektøren.

Even though it has importance, that the ticket price has been put down, pointing Christian Gether at the exhibition 'Animals in Art' as one of the most important factors for ticket sales.

the Exhibition features among other things, on a floating elephant and a horse that hangs from the ceiling.

It is possible to get half-price tickets to the 9. august.

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