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COVID-19 info

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We require corona-passport or documentation on a negative test or vaccine.

You are obliged to wear a facemask when visiting our museum.


We ask you to still take care of your fellow human beings:

Keep a safe distance to people

Wash your hands often or use hand sanitizer

Cough or sneeze into your sleeve.

Please pay attention before entering a gateway or a narrow path.

Please contact our staff if you have any questions.


Hours of opening

January 16th – March 31st
Tuesday – Sunday, 10 AM – 5 PM

Ville Vau: Tue-Fri: 1 – 5PM, Sat-Sun: 10 AM – 5 PM

*Winter holiday 14/2 – 20/2:
Daily 10 AM – 5 PM, including Ville Vau.


Please note: We require a negative test or vaccine documentation, as well as facemask.

All opening hours


April 1st – June 30th
Daily, 10 AM – 5 PM

Ville Vau: Tue-Fri: 1 – 5 PM, Sat-Sun: 10 AM – 5 PM

*Easter 11/4 – 17/4:
Daily 10 AM – 5 PM, including Ville Vau.


July 1st – August 31st
Daily, 10 AM – 8 PM

Ville Vau
1/7 – 15/8: daily, 10AM – 8 PM
16/8 – 31/8: daily, 1PM – 6 PM


September 1st – October 31st
Daily, 10 AM – 5 PM

Ville Vau: Tue-Fri: 1 – 5 PM, Sat-Sun: 10 AM – 5 PM

*Week 42: 15/10 – 23/10:
Daily 10 AM – 5 PM, including Ville Vau.



November 1st – December 30th
Tuesday – Sunday 10 AM – 5 PM

Ville Vau: Tue-Fri: 1 – 5PM, Sat-Sun: 10 AM – 5 PM

Included

Your ticket also gives you access (on the same day)
to H.C. Andersen’s Childhood Home and Møntergården, a museum about Odense and Funen.

How to find us

Find your way to the here.
Our entrance is right next to H.C. Andersen’s Birthplace,
on Hans Jensens Stræde 45, 5000 Odense City.

Parking
There are several car parks in the vicinity. NB: You pay to park in city centre car parks. Click into odenserundt.dk to find the car park you prefer. Odense P car park is closest to the museum.

By bus
Buses stop at Hans Mules Gade. From here, there is less than a five-minute walk to the museum. If you choose to travel by bus to Odense Railway Station, there is no more than a 10-minute walk to the museum. For timetables, see the Fynbus website.

By train
The museum is about 10 minutes’ walk from Odense Railway Station. For timetables, see the DSB website here.

Light rail
Will stop close to H.C. Andersen House. We will update information here when the light rail opens.

Practical Info

Covid-19 restrictions
Visitors must have either documentation on vaccine or negative test to enter the museum. Facemask must be worn at all times. Thank you for your cooperation.

Food and drink
Visitors are not permitted to bring their own food and beverages inside museum. However, you are welcome to enjoy your packed lunch in the museum gardens. Of course, you are more than welcome to drop into DEILIG, the museum’s own eatery. Information about DEILIG here.

Luggage
You may not bring rucksacks or large bags into the museum.

Smoking
The museum is a no-smoking area

Pets
We regret that pets are not allowed in the museum. Assistance dogs are welcome.

The exhibition at the museum is intended to be an all-round creative sensory experience with a constant interplay of sound, light and scenery.

Accessibility

There is easy access throughout H.C. Andersen House for wheelchair users and other disabled people.

The exhibition at the museum is intended to be an all-round creative sensory experience with a constant interplay of sound, light and scenery. Your companion and guide through the exhibition will be a headset handed to you upon arrival.

For the hard of hearing
The hard of hearing should expect somewhat less of the experience. It is not currently possible to receive a printed copy of the audio track.

For the visually disabled
The many visual elements of the exhibition represent the lion’s share of the experience. The visually disabled should expect much less of the experience. Even if you are visually disabled, you can enjoy an entertaining tour around H.C. Andersen House, e.g. by listening to the audio track.

Personal care assistants at work get free admission to the museum. Please show your care assistant ID card

There are lifts and accessible toilet facilities.

Prams and bigger pushchairs are not allowed in the exhibitions. Parents are welcome to loan one of the museum’s pushchairs (limited number of pushchairs available).

Contact details
museum@odense.dk | +45 6551 4601
The lines are open: Mon-thurss 9:00-15:00 og Fri 9:00-12:00

Press material
Download press information,
film, pictures and facts about H.C. Andersen’s House

H.C. Andersen’s House · H.C. Andersen Haven 1 ·
DK-5000. Odense C · +45 65 51 46 01 · museum@odense.dk

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