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The Museum of Bærums Verk - The Oven Museum

The Museum of Bærums Verk - The Oven Museum Photo: Bærums Verk
The Museum of Bærums Verk - The Oven Museum Photo: Bærums Verk

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The oven museum houses an unique collection of antique cast - iron ovens produced at the Ironworks. The styles and designs shown strech from the baroque period in the the 1700's up to the end of production in 1964.

The museum is only open for pre-booked guided tours.

Guided tours
A guided tour of Bærums Verk takes about 1 hour, and is available in Norwegian, English, German and French. Must be booked ahead.

Bærums Verk
Bærums Verk ironworks was the biggest industry in the country, and is now the oldest contemporary enterprise. Today, the Bærums Verk area offers a charming mixture of new and old in pictoresque surrounding. Bærums Verk is idyllicly located along the banks of the river Lomma. The waterfall on this river was the basis for the ironworks.

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Bus No.143/753 > Triangelen

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The oven museum houses an unique collection of antique cast - iron ovens produced at the Ironworks. The styles and designs shown strech from the...

The Museum of Bærums Verk - The Oven Museum

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