Although Odden and the Willumsen collection is closed for the winter many things happen in the old estate. The oldest part of the buildings is the basement of the East wing. The heavy beams are suffering from attacks from insects and are being treated. Damaged parts are changed or supported.  The Danish National Museum has examined one of the support beams and established that it stems from abt. 1672. Whatever it supported is supposed to be of older date.   The brickwork of the more recent low West wing has suffered from the often tough winter climate in Northern Jutland  and is undergoing repair.  A grant from the Louis-Hansen Foundation – which has supported the restauration of Odden for more than ten years – has once again made our efforts possible.



is situated in a part of the building from the 16th century with its own entrance from the gateway. It was fully renovated in 2017 and accomodates two persons, with leeping- and diningroom, kitchen, toilet, bath, washing machine. It can be rented with B+B for two nights at 1400 or on a weekly basis at 3800  Entrance fee to the collection is included.  During the summer of  2018 it was fully booked and the first reservations for 2019 have already been arrived. Early reservation by telephone or mail to Odden is therefore recommended.


Further information on coming events is available on the Danish language version or by phone or e-mail.