It is sometimes nice to be able to enjoy a day with the family without having to dip into one’s pocket. Odder abounds in experiences and many of them cost nothing. Here are our favourites.
In the library you can find a selection of tourist brochures, newspapers and magazines.Internet accessThere are computers and wireless network available for free.For the familyThe library has a sele...
Just west of the Rathlousdal Manor is a genuine bear grotto. It originates from the time that the park area around the manor was a popular place for day-trippers. It is located a few hundred metres in...
Gylling Mill was originally erected in 1860. Due to bad maintenance it collapsed during a storm in 1906, but was soon after rebuilt, this time using brickwork to form the hat.After the mill went out o...
At the small Thunø Museum you can get an insight into the history of the island with artifacts detailing the life on the island the past centuries.Also open by appointment to groups.
Nature is entirely free. And that is a good thing. Let yourself be inspired for fun and cosy outings and outdoor activities for children and young people in the nature in and around Odder.
There are many exciting relics of the past scattered around the Odder nature. If you are interested in cultural history or architecture, we recommend that you explore the living history of the area.
Romanesque church construction and Medieval art characterise Odder's beautiful churches. Feel the wings of history as you go and see the old buildings. Well, apart from the Tunø one, you can actually manage to see them all in one day.
Odder has a number of marked buildings which often reflect the fashion of their times. Designed by renowned architects, the beautiful buildings play their part in the look of Denmark’s largest village.
Odder has been the site of many exciting, but also strange, finds from the past. Spread around the countryside, you find remnants of the past that attest to the historical wealth of the area.
All year round, a host of events are organised in Odder. Odder Library and Køb Odder, the local chamber of commerce, regularly holds events for both children and adults. And at the coast, you can attend exciting Blue Flag events. Several festivals and markets also allow you to paint the town red.