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Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry

Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: Knut Bry Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: Norsk Vasskraft- og Industristadmuseum Read more: NVIM Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: Norsk Vasskraft- og Industristadmuseum Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: Knut Bry
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: Norsk Vasskraft- og Industristadmuseum
Read more: NVIM
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: Norsk Vasskraft- og Industristadmuseum
Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry Photo: NVIM

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The beautiful power station at the fjord is a monument of the hydropower adventure that started in 1906. Today it is a museum with guided tours, fi lms and exhibits. Museum shop and cafe.

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Water activity in Tyssedal
Mini power station Tysso III at the Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry with water fun for all ages.
27.06-08.08 3 11:00-16:00


Workers’ houses on Folgefonngata
Guided tour of workers’ houses furnished as they were in 1910, 1920, 1930 and 1950. Slideshow presentation. Tour can be booked at the Odda Vitensenter or by phone at 53 65 00 50.26.06-11.08 2-6 14:00

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • conference facilities
    • course facilities
  • Conference facilities

    • conference rooms

Categories

  • Buildings & Monuments Buildings & Monuments
  • Museums & Galleries Museums & Galleries
  • Family activities Family activities

Hours

1/3/2013 - 5/26/2013
Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
5/26/2014 - 9/7/2014
Mon - Sun
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
9/8/2014 - 5/25/2015
Tue, Wed, Thu and Fri
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

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Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry - Photo: Knut Bry

Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry

The beautiful power station at the fjord is a monument of the hydropower adventure that started in 1906. Today it is a museum with guided tours, fi...

Norwegian Museum of Hydro Power and Industry

Source: Visitnorway

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