Go for a stroll through

H.C. Andersen’s Odense

Spend the day strolling around old Odense, soaking up the atmosphere in the streets, houses and places that shaped Hans Christian Andersen as a person and a poet.

Explore the museums housing his original works and belongings – and discover whole new sides to the world’s most famous Dane. In Odense, the poet’s presence can be felt wherever you go.
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GO FOR A STROLL THROUGH

H.C. Andersen’s Odense

Spend the day strolling around old Odense, soaking up the atmosphere in the streets, houses and places that shaped Hans Christian Andersen as a person and a poet.
Explore the museums housing his original works and belongings – and discover whole new sides to the world’s most famous Dane. In Odense, the poet’s presence can be felt wherever you go

Visit the city of

Odense

And walk the path of

Hans Christian Andersen

H.C. Andersen´s Odense – Museums

In phenomenal footsteps

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H.C. Andersens Odense – Museums

In phenomenal footsteps

Nowhere else in the world can you get as close to Hans Christian Andersen as here in Odense. Walk in his footsteps and discover the iconic places that inspired the poet. His birthplace. His childhood home. The washing place and the river. Feel the atmosphere in the city’s old streets and explore the museums along the way.
The one-day ticket to H.C. Andersen’s Odense is valid for five museums on the route – which also leaves you time for a couple of detours in the city.

1H.C. Andersen museum

2H.C. Andersen´s birthplace

3H.C. Andersen´s childhood home

4Møntergården

5The Tinderbox

DKK 110,-

Children aged 0–17 free

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H.C. Andersen’s Odense buzzes with life and experiences all year long

Authentic

Hans Christian Andersen and Odense are inextricably linked. Experience the original works in their original surroundings. Nowhere else in the world can you get as close to the life and art of the poet as in Odense.

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Visit a village from Hans Christian Andersen’s day

Visit a village from Hans Christian Andersen’s day

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