The house is very small and anticlimactic. I would recommend going if you purchase the whole H.C. Andersen experience (including the museum and other sites), but I don't think that it is worth a speci...
We only had 1 1/2 hrs to see as much as we could. Tickets are purchased in the H. C. Andersen museum which is a great place to start. Here one can read and see displays about his early childhood, insp...
See this as part of the 4 Andersen sites ticket deal
You can visit this cottage as part of a deal (see 4 attractions for 145 DKr) through the Hans Christian Andersen Museum. Andersen's mother and father were one of the many urban poor in 19th century Od...
With one ticket you can walk trough the city where Hans Christian Andersen was born and visit the museum, his old house and the places he saw and inspired his tales. The museum tells the story in very...
Address: The home of Andersen in the city of Odense in central Fife, Denmark
Odense is the place that best reflects fairy tales. The Andersen Museum shows the world all the life and work before the poem. The ancient poet museum (with Chinese guide).
The lines drawn outside the house wall are all twisted and twisted, and the whole building is also awkward, the feeling of the fairy tale world. It is very suitable for aerial photography (the city of Denmark is not allowed to fly in the name of the city, but if you hide the hidden points, it does not matter.)
The exhibits in the museum seem to bring me back to the time when Andersen originally created his works. We can understand Andersen and see his distinctive appearance and thoughts. There are also many paintings and works of art by Andersen.
's former residence is a one-story building with six or seven houses. It used to live in six or seven households. Andersen only lived in one of them. The rooms are small and very low, and the big ones will not be bowed and will be rejected. The house was very simple, the rough windows and doors kept the old look of the early 19th century. Now the house has been connected. The wall is inlaid with a large glass cabinet. It displays Andersens manuscripts, letters, fairy tale publishing contracts, related characters, portraits, etc. Precious information. Through these materials, you can have a general understanding of Andersen's life creation, life and other major activities. These materials are numerous, extensive, and well preserved. All materials are available in Danish and English.
Here is the hometown of Andersen, a quiet and peaceful city.
Looking at Andersen's fairy tale as a child, I imagined that I could enter the fairy tale world and embrace those cute and interesting characters.
Today in Odense, I really walked into the world of fairy tales. Under the leadership of Andersens grandfather, I met the pea princess, the mermaid, etc., and had a big dream.
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Odense is the hometown of Andersen! The street in Figure 1 is the location of the house where Andersen lived as a child! It is a street with hundreds of years of history! The
Andersen Museum is surrounded by a small lake and the environment is very quiet. It is a detailed introduction to the life of Andersen, writing various manuscripts of fairy tales, even the love letters he wrote to his beloved woman. Andersens bed when he was a child was very small, and there were abrasive tools for making shoes.
Andersen loves paper-cutting, and there are places for children and parents to try to cut paper at the exit of the museum. Many museums in Denmark have such an area where children can learn about history from interesting practices.
Here is the hometown of Andersen, located in the small town of Odense, west of Copenhagen. Not far from the train station is the Andersen Museum. The visitor center next to it can also get a travel brochure specially prepared for Andersen fans. It lists several important important sights in the town and can follow the route to explore Andersens masters. The imprint of childhood, as well as the ancient buildings in the town.