Crouching down to enter one of the small thatched clay homes in Odin’s Odense, the smell of smoke and sound of an Iron Age family chatting around the fire meet you. As you enter the dim room and your eyes slowly begin to adjust to the lack of electrical lighting, the many unfamiliar details that made up the homes of our ancestors come into sight. The Scandinavian design of the Iron Age is made up of animal enclosures, kilns, flour grinders and tools. Many of the tools you might never have seen before, but the village’s volunteer inhabitants will help you get acquainted with their use.