"The Garden Adventure"


Practical information

Opening times

Naturama is open 8 February – 30 December. In December we are open on weekends and on 22+23.12 and 26-30.12 2023.

Low season: Tues-Wed. + Fri.-Sun. from 9 AM - 4 PM. Every Thursday at 9 AM - 7 PM.

Mondays are only open for teaching, the exhibitions are closed.

Closed on 24+25+31 December 2023 High season: Mon-Wed. + Fri.-Sun. from 9 AM - 5 PM. Every Thursday at 9 AM -7 PM.

High season is during all holidays, throughout the month of August and on public holidays. Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve are closed.


Adult: 16 EUR/24 EUR

Children(0-17 years): Free.

Season card: 47 EUR. Naturama season card also applies to Fjord&Bælt.

How to get here

Naturama is located in central Svendborg. By freeway, it is a 30-minute drive from Odense. From the Great Belt Bridge, the drive is approximately 40 minutes. Both the bus and the train station are a 10-minute walk from Naturama.


Naturama is a Natural History Museum, a nature theatre where animals from the sea, land and air are staged with sound, light, beautiful films and stunning pictures. You get up-close to bears, elks, wild boars, hundreds of birds, a giant polar bear and whale skeletons. You can scratch a fox behind its ear, give the small bear a hug, touch various skins and bones, and even dress up in costumes! Naturama offers activities for children and information about the animals, all in English.

Food and beverages

Food and beverages can be bought in the Naturama Café Foderbrættet. Packed lunches can also be eaten in house or outdoors.


For the disabled

Naturama is designed in such a way that allows visitors in wheelchairs to get around easily. Wheelchairs are available for free. There are handicap toilets on all three levels of the museum.


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