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The Danish Railway Museum

Dannebrogsgade 24, Odense 5000, Denmark
+45 66 13 66 30
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Once you have had it with H.C. Andersen.

We visited this museum on a sunny day in May. It is located in a former round house dating from... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
exploring a Danish "roundhouse"

We wanted to compare steam trains from Denmark with those from the UK and see the impact of the... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Olwyn H
Ipswich, United Kingdom
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Experience the history of Denmark’s railways in the authentic roundhouse from 1954. We have 21 tracks featuring iconic engines and carriages. Look inside the royal carriages, experience travelling first class and see Denmark’s oldest preserved steam engine from 1868. You can enter many of the museum’s engines and carriages. You can sit on the old wooden seats or stand in the driver’s cab of a steam locomotive. We provide a rewarding outing for the whole family, and visitors of all ages are welcome. Visit the child-sized Children’s Railway Station, brimming with trains and rails for you to play with. Go for a ride on the popular mini-train which runs every day. It is possible to enter many of the carriages and engines. All activities are free once you have paid the entrance fee.
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  • Average7%
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Dannebrogsgade 24, Odense 5000, Denmark
+45 66 13 66 30
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited this museum on a sunny day in May. It is located in a former round house dating from 1954 and can easily be reached from track 7 of the railway station. The Danish Railway Museum is not as spectacular as the one in...More

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Reviewed 23 May 2017

We wanted to compare steam trains from Denmark with those from the UK and see the impact of the railways on Denmark. There were great similarities in the early days, then it became very different. It was fascinating to see the international trains and their...More

Thank Olwyn H
Reviewed 14 March 2017

We visited as a family with a child and we all enjoyed it. Extensive exhibits of old trains and structures tell the story of the Danish railway industry through the years.

1  Thank littleexplorer2017
Reviewed 14 March 2017

Really nice Railway Museum in Odense, Denmark. Lots of old trains totally restored. Among them also royal trains with very luxurious accomodation. Interactive activities and lots of model trains to play with. A must for the family on Holiday.

1  Thank thedalumguy
Reviewed 23 February 2017

I went to the museum with my little son who is almost 2 years old. He was so thrilled about all the big old trains.

1  Thank Jakob S
Reviewed 13 February 2017 via mobile

Our 5 year old boy is crazy about this Museum. The trains, the toys, the atmosphere and the authenticity. We will come back some day, I believe. Wish you a lot of fun with all the technical features.

Thank S985ILjohna
Reviewed 11 January 2017

I visited the railway museum with my 3 kids (12, 8 and 4 years) and couldn't drag them away after 4 hours. There is a lot to do for all ages. I loved walking around and seeing all the locomotives, engines and carriages and reading...More

Thank DaddyBlogger1
Reviewed 1 November 2016

If you like trains this place is for you. Just outside the station in Odense. Good for all the family. A change from pounding the streets of Copenhagen with a lot of history in one place. Very thoughtfully arranged and the train journey out gives...More

1  Thank 742vicki
Reviewed 3 October 2016

Great museum with a surprisingly large number of trains, locomotives, and other vehicles. A small space upstairs where children can play. Also, a basic cafeteria. Outside space with miniature trains to ride and to drive. We went there on a rainy day in June, but...More

Thank 889_san
Reviewed 29 September 2016

Under reconstruction at the time of my visit, but still very cool. You get to see trains from all ages and it is rather educational in a funny way. A lot of boys of all ages seem to enjoy this museum

Thank Lise-lotte J
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John S
12 May 2015|
Response from Jernbanemuseet | Property representative |
Dear John Stanbridge, It is an S-machine sold in 1995 to Nordsjællands Veterantog. Best regards from the Danish Railway Museum
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