Hours of fun amongst 21 train tracks and trains of all sizes
Go exploring among the many exhibitions – here you can get a thorough look into the Danish railway history. You can for example explore the Royal Travel exhibition that shows how the Royal Family used to travel.
You can also experience a full-size and fully functioning replica of the first train engine in Denmark, ODIN, from 1845. It has taken 14 years to build ODIN and in September 2018 the train engine was ready.
Part of the museum is in an authentic engine-shed from 1954. Originally, the building was build to house trains for the Danish State Railways (DSB) and the private railway companies of North Fyn.
Today, the 21 tracks functions as a exhibition space, where you can experience the development in Danish railway history up close.