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Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history

Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park
Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park
Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park
Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park
Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park
Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history Photo: Landa Park

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Welcome to a visit in Landa Park and join an exciting journey back in time. Bring your family and experience history up close. The archaeological discoveries at Landa are unique and can point to a history 2,000 year back in time - from the Bronze Age, about 1500 f.Kr, to Migration Period, about 600 AD. During a visit to Landa you can participate in exciting activities for children as well as for adults. We also welcome group visits all year round.

Camping: Now you have the ability to stay in a real prehistoric village and experience the historic atmosphere. We can offer good facilities for camping with mobile home, caravan or tent. It is also possible to stay overnight in one of our prehistoric house.

Landa Park Camping is located in Forsand, close to the majestic Lysefjord. From Landa Park Camping you are close to the major tourist places, such Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock), and Kjerag. Landa Park Camping also is a great base for many other great hikes in the area. We can recommend for example Uburen, Røssdalen, Solifjell (from here you can see across to the Pulpit Rock) or Sokkanuten with its stunning views of the Lysefjord and the village of Forsand.

Café
Open café all days during the season.

Activities:
Guided tour
Shoot with bow and arrow
Bake bread and pancakes over fire
Create your own necklace of ravstone
Create jars in ceramics
Throw horseshoes
Ride on a horse
Kayak rental
Bike rental
Fishing trips for subscribing
Activity track
Look at our animals 

Landa is also a point of interest in the Ryfylke Multiguide, a free app for your smartphone

Categories

  • Cultural heritage Cultural heritage
  • Riding & Sledging Riding & Sledging
  • Buildings & Monuments Buildings & Monuments
  • Family activities Family activities

Facilities

  • Classification

    • Historical
  • General facilities

    • internet
    • Café/Cafeteria
    • guided tour of the establishment
    • conference facilities
    • banqueting rooms
  • Activities

    • guided trips
    • safari
    • fishing possibilities
    • open-air event
    • group development
    • kayaking
    • sights worth seeing
    • activities for children
  • Type of animal

    • pets
  • Season

    • summer
    • open in the season
  • Other accommodation

    • campsite
  • Food and drinks

    • traditional food
    • Christmas buffet
    • private catering
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Welcome to a visit in Landa Park and join an exciting journey back in time. Bring your family and experience history up close. The archaeological disco...

Landa Park - prehistoric village - a living history

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