The village contains a number of old buildings, mainly farms, that were brought in from all over the island and placed here. It is strong on demonstrating how people lived in earlier times but does not cover very well the local crafts and industries. Maybe there are more demonstrations at weekends and in the height of the season.
|Farmyard with an old wagon with some detailed carved scroll work.|
|The geese provided a lot of entertainment although they didn't let anyone get too close.|
|The vicarage garden was very large and beautifully done.|
|A brickworks with a vertical kiln.|
|An alms house built unusually out of granite because it would be more durable and less likely to burn.|
|A smithy. It would have been interesting to see it in action.|
The village is well maintained and we were pleased that the signs were in English as well as Danish. They were very informative and very clear - there was a sign for each type of crop explaining how it had developed and how it was used. We walked back to the station and caught the train back to Odense. There are at least two trains an hour and it took just over 5 minutes.
|Trains meet at Fruens Boge on this single track line.|
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