Fancy a walk in the woods – 12 metres up in the air? Come along, enjoy the view and go exploring among the treetops high above Odense ZOO. Bøgetoppen is the name of a 250-metre walk from one treetop to the next at a height of 6–12 metres, with magnificent views out over Odense Zoo, the nearby houses and, of course, the enchanting beech woods.
The walk takes you from tree to tree via aerial walkways and platforms firmly anchored to the sturdy tree trunks. The route features a total of ten platforms, the highest of which is fully 12 metres above ground level. As you make your way along Bøgetoppen, you can learn a bit about the Danish countryside and find out more about the plants and animals that live at the top and bottom of the trees.
Are you up for some fast-paced fun? Then you’ll be sure to have a great time at Segway Langeland, where you can test your skills on the wacky 2-wheelers on our 17,000 sqm Segway track. Children and adults can tackle the track together – although it’s best if children are at least 115 cm tall.
Our skilled instructors will give you a detailed introduction to how to ride a Segway, to ensure you feel full of confidence and ready to have a great time. After the introduction, it’s time to hit the track, where you have every opportunity to challenge yourselves – and one another. Your Segway Langeland instructor will be right nearby throughout your ride.
Snorkelling with the Archipelago Museum
Dive down beneath the waves for a once in a lifetime experience with the Archipelago Museum. Instead of looking at display cases and mannequins, it’s time to don a wetsuit and diving mask. Once you’re fully equipped for the water, the museum guides will lead you through an historical landscape, where ancient artefacts have lain undisturbed for upwards of 6,000 years.
Following a thorough introduction to the art of snorkelling, the museum archaeologists will lead you on a dive of discovery to the ancient Ertebølle culture settlements that lie today in shallow waters along the coasts of Southern Fyn – they’re easy to spot once you know what you’re looking for. The museum archaeologists are in the water with you every flip of the way, guiding you through a one-of-a-kind encounter with the Stone Age.