Humlemagasinet is a large cultural centre on the outskirts of Middelfart Municipality that offers exhibitions, gardens and museums.
Harndrup is located in the middle of a beautiful and lush area of nature known as “Humleegnen” (which roughly means “hopland”), because hops have been widely grown in the local area. You can still find hop plants along the hedgerows growing in the wild – as a living testimony to Harndrup’s hop history.
It therefore makes good sense that Harndrup is the place where you will find Humlemagasinet (which roughly means “the hop barn”).
Humlemagasinet is not only a unique sensory experience in some beautifully landscaped gardens, but also a local, cultural meeting point that offers broad insights into culture, local history, royal and historical exhibitions, gardens and much more.
Funen’s crops are the first to ripen. Did you know that the Harndrup Skov Frugtplantage orchard grows more than 26 varieties of apples, which can be purchased at Coop supermarkets and other sales outlets all over Denmark? Their delicious juice is served at local restaurants and can be boug...