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Haakons Hall

Haakons Hall is the ideal venue for sports events, conferences, kick offs, trade fairs, exhibitions, concerts etc.

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Haakons Hall is the ideal venue for sports events, conferences, kick offs, trade fairs, exhibitions, concerts etc.

The hall was the main arena for ice hockey during the 1994 Winter Olympics. Today Haakons Hall is one of the countries most flexible multi-purpose halls, and is able to serve 200 persons for galla dinner.

In Haakons Hall Sports Centre you will find 2 handball courts, 6 volleyball courts and 8 badminton courts, 2 squash courts, a well equipped fitness room, 370m running track and an indoor golf centre with 2 golf simulators.

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Haakons Hall is the ideal venue for sports events, conferences, kick offs, trade fairs, exhibitions, concerts etc. The hall was the main arena for ic...

Haakons Hall

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