The Danish National Museum is the largest museum in Denmark. It displays Danish history, cultural relics, art and folklore in an all-round way. The exhibits are very rich, including some heavyweight national treasures. The museum is also open for free, and it's worth visiting.
It was closed on Monday, but because of the visiting relationship, a staff member escorted it, opened the back door and visited the empty museum. A wonderful feeling of a museum night. There are skeletons of ancient yaks and inscriptions of the Viking Age. The whole museum is basically centered around the Viking, as well as the war history of later period and Germany and Sweden. Interestingly, there is a little girl's bones and a person's sacrifice to the dead. The girl's identity is unknown, but it is said that she was drifting from Germany. She was put on a wooden boat after her death, wearing Viking costumes. The costumes are perfectly presented in a duplicate version. The sacrifice to the people is a kind of custom and belief which was confirmed a hundred years ago and quite educational.
To understand a country or a city, the best way is to visit their museums. In Denmark, you must visit Denmark's largest museum of culture and history. From prehistoric to Medieval times, from folklore to culture, these collections are very precious to the whole of Europe and the world.
It's very close to the Palace of Amerin. If you have a good command of English, a good knowledge of Danish history, and even a little knowledge of Danish, this museum is very good. You can learn about the history of Denmark from here. The service staff has a very good attitude. Copenhagen Card is free.
This is definitely one of those museums that you can spend an entire day and only scratch the surface. I can’t comment on cost, as the first time we visited it was free, but the second it didn’t seem to be. But there’s lots to see, and I feel like I learned a lot about the history of Copenhagen and the Danes.