Odense: Attractions and more...
Hans Christian Andersen’s Hus is a museum housing his works and belongings. In summer, his plays are performed in the museum gardens. In Funen Village an open air museum ancient houses and buildings portray the Funen lifestyle during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
The Egeskov Castle, standing on oak pillars in the centre of a lake, is one of Europe’s most impressive castles from the Renaissance era. The Saint Canute’s Cathedral, a Gothic-styled brick building, is the site of King Canute’s murder and is popular with the tourists because of its carved gold altar screen.
Jernebanemuseet the railway museum displays the growth of railways from the mid-nineteenth century to the present.
In summer, the streets of Odense come alive with art, music and theatre performances at various squares and piazzas.
What to see in detail
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