Odense is the capital of the island of Funen and the third largest city in Denmark. It is located between the island of Zealand and the Jutland peninsula. Odense is the birthplace of Hans Christian Andersen and a place full of charming streets with old houses, beautiful green parks, interesting museums and magnificent palaces. The city is named after the Scandinavian god Odin and was founded more than a thousand years ago. If you dream of visiting this romantic city, get ready to visit a charming museum, visit a storyteller and walk through a wonderful park with your loved one. Explore a fascinating railway museum, learn about local customs and enjoy in surroundings of the medieval Odense Castle, admire the unique Andersen House and relax in the picturesque park Eventyrhaven.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Danish Railway Museum 12$
  • Admission fee to Andersen house 16$

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Danish Railway Museum - Danmarks Jernbanemuseum

    One of the largest museums not only in Denmark, but also in Scandinavia is the Danish Railway Museum, which is located in Odense.

  • 2

    Odense Castle

    Odense has a royal palace, right in front of the train station, surrounded by a beautiful park. The palace is not used as a museum, but as offices of the municipality.

  • 3

    Andersen house

    Andersen's house in Odense is another curious attraction related to the life of the famous writer. Hans Christian was born and spent his childhood in this modest, but cozy and cute house.

  • 4


    A picturesque park, which is located in the center of Odense, just a stone's throw from the old town. The park is very attractive and elegant. It's a real pleasure to have promenade there.

Meeting Point

By the main entrance of the Danish Railway Museum
(Dannebrogsgade 24, 5000 Odense, Denmark) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.