A small town in Santa Barbara County, California, founded in 1911 by a group of Danish immigrants, has developed into a theme town since it attracted media attention in the United States in 1947. There are many Danish bakeries, restaurants and shops in the town, and many of the buildings' exterior walls reflect traditional Danish style. One of them is the Andersen Museum, a private small museum located upstairs in a bookstore, which collects items from the famous Danish fairytale writer Andersen.
Andersen Museum~The dream of a fairy tale prince in childhood, I haven't had the chance to go to Denmark, but you can feel the atmosphere in this small town. 🅿The car can be parked in the town and come very close.
In fact, it is more like a bookstore 📖. There are some bookmarks, greeting cards, puzzles and souvenirs for sale, and more are various books, and there are also some exhibitions of pictures. There are fewer, just take a look. It came out after a short stroll.
Dannish Town visits the Andersen Museum. The exhibits are closely and orderly placed on a wooden attic, like a fairy tale world. Downstairs of the museum are bookstores and cafes in a quiet and relaxing environment.
The town’s Andersen Museum is located on "Mission Avenue". This museum is managed by the "Ugly Duckling Foundation". It contains almost an encyclopedia of Andersen. Almost all people and objects related to him are the subject of the exhibition.
It is highly recommended to everyone! It is highly recommended to everyone! It is highly recommended to everyone!
Along with the drizzle, I came to the unsightly glass room entrance in front of Andersen's former residence. In the former residence, you can learn about Andersen's life, his dreams, his writings, his residence and the praise of his descendants. In addition to being a fairy tale writer, Andersen is also a master of paper-cutting. Many of his paper-cutting works are displayed in his former residence. Andersen’s life is not happy and his relationship is not smooth. Even Odense, who is already thriving, can still vaguely see The city used to be simple, but I have thought about the infinite joy brought to our childhood by Andersen's little match girl, the ugly duckling, the emperor's new clothes, Thumbelina and so on.