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Hans Christian Andersen was born in 1805 in a small yellow corner house in the poorest part of Odense. At the time, up to five families lived there. The house where he was born gives a feel for the humble and cramped conditions that surrounded him...more
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We bought 1 ticket with a wristband, we could visit 5 places: HC.Andersens museum, HC Andersens childhood house, HC Andersens Birthplace, Montergarden, the Tinderbox. In general, we were happy to see all of them.
The museum is well decorated with dark color lights, paper cutting,...More
Every Monday was closed. Please be sure to avoid Monday for a visit
Distance to Radison Blu Hotel is a walking distance. We took the city tour bus from Odense main station
The entrance fee we paid inclusive of 5 other museum which are a...More
We were really excited to see the H.C. Anderson Museum, birth house, etc, but overall the experience was very disappointing. The exhibits were rather dull and without any magic or the charm you would expect from these lovely fairy tales. We did learn some new...More
If I take into account that I have just driven many hours to see this museum I’m disappointed. More if I think that for years I planned to come Very little to see. I rescue the informative texts but they do not go into details....More
We spent several hours here and enjoyed every minute of it. The whole complex of buildings and exhibits was interesting. However, they are in the midst of a huge renovating construction project that will make it even more interesting in 2020.
A very disappointing experience...
In my youth, my parents read most of the fairy tales before I could go to sleep, I had many books of Hans Chiristian Andersen and enjoyed the fantasy and moral messages.
During this visit, I hoped to experience that feeling...More
you are not just buying the admission to the museum, you are buying to see 5 attractions in the neighborhood. So, yes, go and see them all. What can you possibly show in a museum of a man who was living in his head. HCA...More
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We took a detour to view the museum and surprisingly it was closed for hours (without notice). We were two of about 15 tourists who also came by to visit the museum in the few minutes we were there and all were disappointed... More
We took a detour to view the museum and surprisingly it was closed for hours (without notice). We were two of about 15 tourists who also came by to visit the museum in the few minutes we were there and all were disappointed and surprised by its closure. Adjacent streets were torn up last year, so one had to park and walk a distance, only to be met by closed doors.