Travels of Hans Christian Andersen

Hans Christian Andersen, a 19th century Danish writer most famous for his fairy tales, wrote a number of books about his travels and is associated with a number of places that present-day tourists can visit.

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The primary locations are museums about Andersen in Odense, the third-largest city of Denmark. The H.C. Andersens Hus (house of Hans Christian Andersen) at Hans Jensens Stræde 45 is his claimed place of birth.

  • Hans Christian Andersen Museum, Bangs Boder 29, +45 65 51 46 01. Daily 10AM-4PM (or 6 PM in July-August). A museum dedicated to the city’s most famous son, author and poet Hans Christian Andersen, most famous for his fairy tales and in particular The Ugly Duckling and the Little Mermaid. Part of the museum is located in the house where Andersen was supposedly born (though he would never confirm it). The impressive collection is mainly documents from his life and times, period furniture, and many drawings and paper clippings he is famous for at home. 55 DKK for entrance. 
  • Munkemøllestræde H.C. Andersens barndomshjem, Munkemøllestræde 3. 
  • Bramstrup herregård

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