Carl Nielsen Museet
In Odense’s concert hall, Carl Nielsen Museet details the career of the city’s native son Carl Nielsen (1865–1931), Denmark’s best...
Fyrtøjet – Et Kulturhus For Børn
In the charming Fyrtøjet – Et Kulturhus For Børn , youngsters explore the world of Hans Christian Andersen through storytelling and...
HC Andersens Hus
HC Andersens Hus lies amid the miniaturised streets of the old poor quarter, the ‘City of Beggars’. The attraction incorporates...
The only dedicated jazz venue outside Copenhagen.
Den Gamle Kro
The atmospheric Gamle Kro spreads through several 17th-century houses, with a glass-roofed courtyard and medieval cellar. Traditional...
Lonely Planet review
Clamber aboard a diverting collection of 19th-century locomotives at Danmarks Jernbanemuseum , just behind the train station. The museum has about two dozen engines and wagons, including double-decker carriages and the Royal Saloon Car belonging to Christian IX, fully kitted out with everything a king might need – even a writing desk. There’s also a huge collection of Märklin model trains, and a separate exhibition about Denmark’s ferries. Audiovisual explanations are in English, German and Danish.