Den Fynske Landsby
Denmark’s showpiece zoo borders both banks of the river, 2km south of the city centre. It's an active supporter of conservation and...
The riverside Munke Mose park is an attractive place for a picnic, stroll or boat trip. From May to August Odense Aafart runs 30-minute...
HC Andersens Barndomshjem
The small childhood home of Hans Christian Andersen paints a picture of the writer's poverty-stricken childhood. He lived here from 1807...
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Seasonal, local produce with an authentic Italian spin is on offer in this rustically elegant dining space off the main drag....
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Den Fynske Landsby information
Wind back the clock at this delightful open-air museum, which has relocated period houses from around Funen and created 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.
The museum is in a green zone 4km south of the city centre; buses 110 and 111 (Dkr23) run nearby. The best way to get here is by boat – from May to August, Odense Aafart boats sail hourly from Munke Mose past the zoo to the end station at Fruens Bøge, from where it's a 15-minute woodland walk to reach the museum.