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CLOSED FOR THE SEASON, SEE YOU IN SPRING 2019 ! Take a trip out to our outdoor Museum - a village from the time of Hans Christian Andersen, where everyday life is as it was in a 19th century Funen rural environment. Mediators from Living History...more
We cycled from Odense center to this village on a drizzle morning. It took us about 40min. The road was nice and easy. We also saw bus stops along the way, so we guess tourists can get there by bus too. This museum opens at...More
This village shows the life on the island around 1800. The buildings come from around the island and were placed in this one location. The people walk around in traditional clothing and do thing the old way. Like when we were there they just collected...More
The idea of having an open door kind of "historical museum" is excellent! Visitors can travel back in time to experience the very typical Danish village. But when we were there, very few activities / workshops were on-going. Most of the houses were left open...More
see how they used to live at the time of HCA. You can feel the slower pace of life. Take the carriage tour offered, it's cheap. Have a piece of cake at the Inn. it's a great place to spend 3 hours, walk around, dream...More
In general we enjoyed our visit here and looking inside the different houses and walking around on the farms they had. You really feel like you go back in the time. We were only there for less then 1 hour because of the rain and...More
We went there with a young man in a wheelchair, and it was difficult to drive o the dry sandy footpaths. Besides, there were only a couple of houses - mainly barns- that were accesible. The atmosphere and especially the animals were great
We had a great experience there! I enjoyed like a kid learning the way the people lived in the 18-19th century!
The place is very big and you can see almost all the houses from the inside. In fact, is very funny to discover little...More
Nice park and nice farms and fields and gardens but not much interactivity or media. Horses and hens could be seen, but only a long distance could be seen few pigs, sheep, goat and cows. The work of preserving Danish old breeds looks poor that...More
This is my first trip to Europe, and I had seen plenty of castles, museums and statues. This was far more to my liking. They have moved authentic 17th-19th century farm buildings from various villages around Funen to have an (almost) complete picture of what...More