H. C. Andersens House in Munkemøllestræde was his childhood home from (1807-1819), where he lived with his parents before he moved to Copenhagen. From this house his memories of Odense springs.
H. C. Andersen arrived in Slagelse by post carriage in 1822, to attend Slagelse School in Bredgade 4-6. From 1822 he lived at Maddam Henneberg in Bredgade 11. In 1825 he moved in with Rector Meisling and his family. In 1826 H. C. Andersen travelled with Meisling to Elsinore to finish his education. Bredgade 11 […]
Hans Christian Andersen’s house on Munkemøllerstræde was his childhood home (1807-1819) and he lived here with his parents before he travelled to Copenhagen. The fairy tale “”The Snow Queen”” is inspired from here. On the gable of the house you can see the oldest and first plaque for Hans Christian Andersen. It was unveiled for […]
Hans Christian Andersen moved into his rooms on Nyhavn 18, now with the Misses Clara and Caroline Ballin as hostesses on September 9th.
Hans Christian Andersen moved into two rooms at Hotel d’Angleterre on November 23rd 1860. The rooms were at the corner of Kgs. Nytorv and Østergade, also called Strøget (The Street). Before moving into Hotel d’Angleterre, Hans Christian Andersen was on a trip abroad and stayed in Basnæs and Holsteinsborg. Hans Christian Andersen moved into Hotel […]
Hans Christian Andersen moved into Rolighed on July 28th 1873 after a trip abroad.
Hans Christian Andersen moved back in with Miss Hallager on October 23rd 1871, into her new house on Nyhavn 18, where he got two rooms with a hallway on the 1st floor. He stayed there until April 12th 1873.
Hans Christian Andersen moved into two rooms with the misses Marie Charlotte and Emerentze Rossing on September 19th and lived there until April 29th 1871. The accommodation was in a hotel named “Kronprinsesse Lovisa” on Tordenskjoldsgade 17, 1st floor. Carsten Hauch lived in transition on the ground floor of the same house, while his family […]
Hans Christian Andersen moved into the Melchior family’s apartment on Højbroplads 21, 2nd floor in the period March 13th to May 21st 1870, while the family was traveling abroad in Algiers.
Hans Christian Andersen moved into his new lodgings facing Kongens Nytorv, Lille Kongensgade 1, on the 3rd floor with photographer Thora Hallager on October 28th 1866. He stayed there until 1869. Since the rooms with Madame Anholm had been rented with furniture, Hans Christian Andersen had to acquire his own furniture, including his own first […]