The seed corn that would grow into Odd Days Out was planted back in 2013 during a christmas trip to the lost village of Imber, it was there that the phrase ‘Odd Days Out’ was first whispered.

The site itself was established in late 2017, Odd Days Out was conceived by ODO (Odd Day Outer) Stefan as a means of sharing a joy of the obscure with like minded ODOs. All of us share an attraction to the peculiar – and sometimes downright bizarre – when it comes to travel and sightseeing.

We’ll be exploring  Britain’s curiosities, examining some forgotten historical footnotes, visting niche museums, and hopefully bagging a few extraneous extremities.