It's worth to visit this museum. There are train models and history in English :) A special exhibition about ferry was also good.
The train museum is situated right next to the Odense train station. There are many locomotives and train cars dated from the beginning of the 19th century and lots of information about them in Danish German and English. You are allowed to take pictures and even to get in some of these locomotives! If you like trains you shouldn't miss... More
Located adjacent to the main railroad station in former railroad facilities including a roundhouse, this museum is pretty comprehensive for its coverage of railway equipment used in Denmark. Much is accessible (i.e., you can climb in and about coaches, sleepers and locomotives), and information is provided in English and Danish. Occasional operation of some locomotives occurs, though it didn't when... More
With a couple of hours to spare this was an unplanned visit but was very interesting museum, well thought out and in a very interesting building adjacent the railway. A great place even for a casual train buff.
This was a nice surprise, as I was not expecting a great deal from the museum. The museum itself seems fairly modern but the trains come from a great ranges of eras. It's really interesting to see all the different engines and carriages. Some are fantastically luxurious and others the most simple. There is a free 10 minute long train... More
They have an amazing collection of restored rollingstock from Danish railroad history. They also have a lot of activities for kids. They provide train rides on the miniature train and on the full-size train.
We visited the museum during the Thomas the Tank Engine weekend. There is a small train ride for the young children and you can take a ride in an old, original coal-fired train, that looks like the train from the cartoons. There is also a very big indoor playground for children. The museum has a lot of old trains that... More
Conveniently located just behind the Odense train station is a large building that houses the Danish railway museum, with a large collection of trains from early times to the present. Not as large as York's famous railroad museum, but then Denmark is not as big a country as Britain, and correspondingly developed a smaller but still interesting and representative railway... More
This museum contains a lot of old trains from Denmark. Most of them are the real deal, not models. They are big and you can touch them to feel them. Some days you can ride in one of them, and you can get inside a lot of them. A must for anybody who likes trains! Best of all: Located in... More
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