Detta är en lista över Hans Christian Andersens relaterade sevärdheter i Odense. I listan nämns bland annat Hans Christian Andersens hus - hans födelseplats i Hans Jensens Stræde, hans barndomshem i Munkemølle St. men också stället ner vid floden, där hans mamma tvättade kläder för de mer välbärgade medborgarna av Odense.
The company Brandts Cloth Mill
The company Brandts began in the 1740s as a small dye workshop in the buildings in Vestergade, where Café Cuckoo's Nest is located. Over the next hundred years, the plant grew and spread over the area known as Brandts Passage. In 1869 the clothing factory was established, and for the next hundred years is was one of Odense's largest workplaces.
NB This museum is closed while a new museum is built in its stead. In the meanwhile (from app. 20th January 2018) you can visit an exhibition in the former Carl Nielsen Museum, focusing on the artistic side of Andersen.
This page lists fun and creative activities for children in Odense, like the Danish Trainmuseum, The Children's Cultural House - The Tinderbox and Odense Zoo.
Odense has a large selection of attractions and museums with historical themes. The city's history spans more than 1100 years and just about every period is represented at the various museums.
You can learn about the earliest period from around 900 at Møntergården (among other periods) and at Odin's Odense (named for the Norse God Odin/Wotan), and at the latter there are different events and activities all year around in which you can participate.
This is a list of Hans Christian Andersen related attractions in Odense. The lists mentions, among others, the Hans Christian Andersen House - his birthplace in Hans Jensens Stræde, his childhood home in Munkemølle St. but also the place down by the river, where his mother washed clothes for the more well-to-do citizens of Odense.