Skoletur Danhostel Odense City
School Camp at Danhostel Odense City
When you book school camp accommodation at Danhostel Odense City, you are in for a treat. How about a visit to the Hans Christian Andersen's attractions in Odense?
Follow the famous poet's footsteps around Odense and visit Hans Christian Andersen’s House. Learn about his birthplace located at Hans Jensens Stræde, his childhood home in Munkemøllestræde, the washhouse where his mother washed clothes for wealthy citizenship, plus many other historical buildings and sites.
Visit Fyrtøjet, a cultural centre for children where Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales are conveyed through plays, narratives, theatre and visual arts.
In the city where Hans Christian Andersen grew up, his stories come to life when you discover characters from his fairy tales in the parks, alleys and on the streets. These were created by various artists who were inspired by Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales.
Europe's best zoo offers unique, adventures for everyone. Fill your day with great impressions, knowledge, play and learning. See, listen and discover many new things when we feed and train the animals. The Zoo has wild animals from all over the world. Experience fascinating lions and Siberian tigers. Watch chimpanzees swing above your heads and follow the giraffes and zebra's as they wander on the savannah. Let the tropical rainforests lead you to South America where you will meet tapirs and giant manatees. Finish your adventures with the call of the penguins in the freezing Antarctic.
Brandts - Museum of Art & Visual Culture
Brandts Museum offers teaching and workshop courses based on the current exhibitions on hand. There are several regular events in Brandts Collection as well as more thematic events such as portraits, press photography, pictures from advertisements and last, but not least, an exhibition to test your senses.
Denmark's Railway Museum
Denmark's Railway Museum is in the centre of Odense in the rustic depot dating back to 1954. Experience Danish Railway history – from the oldest preserved locomotive from 1868 to a large diesel-electric locomotive. Trains fascinate both young and old, and there are ample opportunities to touch, play and use your imagination at the museum. There is access to many of the museum's locomotives and cars, so you can be the passengers on hard, wooden seats in an old passenger car while the children pretend to be locomotive drivers in the huge steam locomotive.