The village of Feiying in Odense is a famous old town in Nordic. It is also Andersen's hometown. Walking into Feiying Village is like entering the life history of Denmark. It is very interesting to see those people who lived like 200 years ago and feel as if they were traveling through time and space.
I really like this place, the atmosphere of the mid-19th century, and many full-time actors (who will sit in those houses as they did in that century, weaving clothes and firewood) are very interesting. The farm is very beautiful, especially under the blue sky and white clouds. I just want to live here for the next life. There are carriages, and those actors are sitting with him. They are barefoot. The farm is like a zoo. All poultry can enter and leave freely. Visitors can access it. The real original ecology is a postcard. The pure air makes us feel so good every day.
The larger museums and manors are here to learn about Danish rural life and customs more than a hundred years ago. The exhibits are in Danish, English and German. The brochure also has Chinese and French. You can get a better understanding of local customs, but it's not very interesting.
Feiying Village is a place that Odense must recommend. If the Old Town of Aarhus is the Museum of Old Town, then this is the Museum of Old Village. Entering the village, you can see huge windmills moving slowly in the distance, and scattered cattle lying lazily on the sunny grass nearby. Walking further, there are all kinds of grass-roofed rural courtyards, swinging walks of various poultry, have worn traditional local clothes singing to entertain guests. Although there are such traditional pictures in the ethnic minority areas of China, they always feel that the Danes are more natural and unrestrained, and they look like they really are their homes.
This is a good cultural experience. Not only do children like it, but adults also get something.
Feiying Village is Andersen's hometown and an open-air museum. It preserves ancient buildings and the most traditional way of life. There are livestock barns, pastures, duck ponds, fruit trees, primitive kitchens, hay houses and so on. It completely restores the scenery of ancient Danish farms.
This scenic spot is actually a large manor, located in an old-fashioned building complex, where you can see Odense's flourishing animal husbandry, the pond is full of ducks, as long as someone comes to feed, they will be crazy to swim to the shore, distant cattle and sheep leisurely grazing, as well as green apple orchards and colorful large gardens, endless pastoral scenery.
There is a small lawn, tables and chairs, a pavilion near the water, and a luxurious house by the river. It's very pleasant.