Den Fynske Landsby
Denmark’s second largest zoo borders the river, 2km south of the city centre. The animals generally have large enclosures and the zoo...
From May to mid-September, Odense Åfart runs 35-minute river rides to the wooded Fruens Bøge area, where there’s a ‘nature playground’...
The riverside Munke Mose park is an attractive place for a picnic, stroll or boat trip. Rowing boats and swan-shaped pedaloes (around...
Lonely Planet review
A delightful open-air museum, Den Fynske Landsby has borrowed period houses from around Funen and laid them out to create a small country village, complete with barnyard animals, a duck pond, apple trees and flower gardens. Costumed ‘peasants’ tend to the geese, while children in knickerbockers play with hoops and sticks.