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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
All reviews his life childhood home hans christian andersen nice museum an interesting place gift shop hc anderson story telling informative museum interesting visit fairy tale nice place to visit adults and children well worth the visit couple of hours tales books
We made a special journey from Copenhagen to see this museum and found it disappointing. The layout of the museum is difficult to follow. There are massive amounts of information about Hans Christian Andersen but it is not displayed in a very user-friendly way. Most...More
A little difficult to find through the nearby construction works but very glad we allowed some time here. An extraordinary and well curated collection of material on HC Anderson. An insightful glimpse into life at that time and primary material regarding HC. What an interesting...More
We all know Hans Christian Anderson's wonderful Fairy Tales. And this museum shows the background of the person who wrote them, against the time he lived in. For a younger public, it might be better not to show this much information in such a dense,...More
A very well presented museum for the biography of the author himself. Informations also include what was happening in the world too at the present time of the author's life. I actually completed my readings of HC Andersens life sequel presented in Museum.
Odense is the hometown of the world famous author H. C. Andersen. Be sure to visit the museum, which included the H. C. Andersen house.
We found the exhibits excellent and educational, his life story humble origins from a slum, struggles, accomplishments, very inspiring. "...More
When visiting the hometown of our great danish author H. C. Andersen, make sure to visit the museum, including the H. C. Andersen house, for a great and adequate insight af his inspirational life-story.
A must visit! :-)
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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.