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Sirdal Mountain Museum

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If you are interested in old cultures, a guided tour of the Sirdal mountain museum is worth a visit.

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Sirdal mountain museum is located at Kvæven. There is a museum containing many artifacts from Sirdal, surrounding the museum is a collection of buildings, some dating back to 1770. One of the buildings which you will find is a old "hunting cabin". This belonged to the Norwegian Thorvald Meyer Heiberg, who bought large areas of land in southern Norway. He rented out the land to rich men mostly from abroad.

The museum also welcome groups for guided tours, it is however recommended to pre-book.

There are various exhibitions held at the museum throughout the year. For more information contact Kvæven Tourist Information +47 38 37 93 30

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Sirdal mountain museum is located at Kvæven. There is a museum containing many artifacts from Sirdal, surrounding the museum is a collection of bu...

Sirdal Mountain Museum

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