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The Funen Village, Odense
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Discover the traditional life of Danish farmers from the time of Hans Christian Andersen at The Funen Village. This open-air museum was founded as a public works project in 1942 during the German occupation. Some 30 original buildings were moved to the museum from various sites in the Funen region. Walk down the village street along half-timbered houses, flower gardens, and fenced enclosures with livestock. With the living history you can experience the atmosphere of a day in the country in the 18th century. Smell beer brewing, watch a young girl helping the mistress in the kitchen, and hear the sound of the blacksmith's hammer. To visit The Funen Village on your holiday in Odense, and find out what else Odense has to offer, use our Odense family vacation planner.
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  • We were in the Funen village in the autumn holidays. It was a really nice experience. There was plenty of life and a great deal to see.
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  • A small village which shows old farms and old houses - most of them fully furnished, you go several hundred years back entering into this village. There are several work shops with busy craftsmen, sho...  more »
  • Exciting to be knocked back in time and see the old houses. Their architectural style and surprise over the indoor height on the houses at the time, is in a way scary on a fun and good way! Afterwards, we must, of course, in and have good food on Sortebro kro, although the prices are a bit expensive in the end ... Mvh. Jørn H
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