Fairy Tales Reimagined at the Hans Christian Andersen Museum

A new Hans Christian Andersen Museum recently opened in Odense, the birthplace of the Danish children’s author renowned for classic children’s stories including The Snow Queen, The Ugly Duckling and The Emperor’s New Clothes. 

Pulitzer-prize winning architect Kengo Kuma has taken inspiration from Andersen’s fairytale, The Tinderbox, in his designs with a contemporary, curved, glass-fronted structure. Inside the building, 12 international artists have collaborated to deliver an immersive exhibition of sound, light and images before visitors step into the author’s childhood home and garden. Fans can further connect with the great writer’s mind by accessing the museum’s Odense city guide, which takes in 13 buildings and places important to Andersen.

https://hcandersenshus.dk

HK$320.00

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Mainland China, Hong Kong & Macao

US$58.00

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Asia, North America, Africa and Europe

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