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Anne Hvides Gård
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Pizzeria La Pupa
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Dronningemaen 30 · interesting places nearby
Make a date with nature at Svendborg's impressive natural-history museum. Its three levels focus on water, land and air: whale skeletons dominate the basement, Scandinavian mammals congregate on the middle floor, and birds soar above it all. There’s state-of-the-art sound and lighting, plus regular film shows and a good hands-on section for kids.
Note: confirm opening days online, as the museum is closed Mondays outside Danish school holidays.