Go to content Go to navigation
Oslo

Norwegian Folk Museum's Stave Church

Norwegian Folk Museum's Stave Church Photo: Norsk Folkemuseum/Anne-Lise Reinsfelt
Norwegian Folk Museum's Stave Church Photo: Norsk Folkemuseum/Anne-Lise Reinsfelt

Contact information

Description

Gol Stavkirke is 800 years old, and around the year 1880, King Oscar II moved the church from the mountain village of Gol to the Norwegian Folk Museum in Oslo.

Facilities

  • Types of church

    • stave church

Categories

  • Buildings & Monuments Buildings & Monuments

Transportation


Ferry No.91 > Dronningen (April-Oct.) Bus No.30 > Folkemuseet

TripAdvisor reviews

Close
Embed this article

Copy and paste this code into your blog/website

Preview

Norwegian Folk Museum's Stave Church - Photo: Norsk Folkemuseum/Anne-Lise Reinsfelt

Norwegian Folk Museum's Stave Church

Gol Stavkirke is 800 years old, and around the year 1880, King Oscar II moved the church from the mountain village of Gol to the Norwegian Folk Museum...

Norwegian Folk Museum's Stave Church

Source: Visitnorway

Disclaimer

This site includes information about products and services provided by third parties. Whilst Innovation Norway endeavours to ensure that all information on the site is accurate, we cannot be held responsible or liable for any claims caused by information supplied on this website. Prices and availability are subject to change without notice. You should always check the accuracy of the information provided with the relevant supplier. Innovation Norway is under no circumstances responsible for the contents of external web pages linking to its website. Legal disclaimer.

Ad
Ad

More about this area

Shopping in Oslo

The shopping capital of Norway offers everything from the latest international trends to modern Norwegian designs and local handicrafts.

Tour Suggestions in Oslo

Oslo offers a variety of sightseeing tours in different languages by boat, bus, or on foot. Tours are available all year.

Nightlife in Oslo

Oslo's nightlife has something special for everyone, whether you prefer beers at the pub, listening to live music or clubbing into the wee hours.

Free Things to Do in Oslo

A stay in Oslo doesn't have to cost a fortune. In fact there is a lot you can do for free in the Norwegian capital.
TEXT ADS
  • Ad
  • Ad
  • Ad
  • Ad
Ad
Ad

Subscribe to newsletter