Strolling in it is as if you have traveled to the Middle Ages. There are houses, schools, restaurants and workshops where people lived at that time, as well as domestic animals in captivity, etc. It is completely like a small village in a fairy tale. The natural atmosphere is very strong and makes people linger!
Funen Village-Funen Island Open Air Museum, located in an old building complex. These are rural buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries that were later rebuilt into a complete village. It looks like a small village inside, with corrals, duck ponds, apple trees and gardens. It presents the original Danish life style, just like a complete picture of rural life. Come here to visit not only to experience Danish rural life, but also to participate in and get close to nature and animals. The attitude of living in harmony with nature expressed by Denmark can be seen in Yingfei Village.
Larger museum and estate, here to learn about rural life and customs in Denmark more than 100 years ago. Exhibits in Dane and German trilinguals, brochures with additional Chinese and French. Learn more about local customs, but not very interesting.
Funen Village in Odense is a famous northern European town, and it is also the hometown of Andersen. Walking into Feying Village is like entering the living history of Denmark. It is very interesting to see those people who lived like two hundred years ago and feel as if they traveled through time and space.
This is a good cultural experience. Not only children like it, but adults also gain something.
The place where the Vikings lived is kept very intact.
Under the sun, there are large green areas with great scenery