Visit the children's museum and backyard and play your way back in history
Visit the exhibition 'Life of the City - Odense in the Middle Ages and Renaissance'
'Life of the City' deals with the 'golden age' of Odense's history - period between the late 10th century until 1660.
This was a period when Odense developed into a prosperous city that was a portal to Europe.
The Møntergård building is one of the finest Renaissance properties in the city. It was built in 1646.
You can learn more about Møntergården and the surrounding historic buildings here.
Nowhere in the world do you get as
close to Hans Christian Andersen
as in Odense.
Here you can experience the writer’s
birthplace, childhood home
and all the authentic locations
that were of crucial importance
to his entire unbelievable oeuvre.
Our 5 in 1-ticket
”Visit H.C. Andersen’s Odense”
and the poet’s profile show you the way.
In May 2013 Odense City Museums began one of the largest excavations ever attempted in a medieval town in Denmark.
The excavation at Thomas B. Thriges Gade was located at the center of the medieval town of Odense and featured a number of interesting finds, everything from the finest of jewelry to stuffed latrines ...