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Hol Museum

Read more: Hol Bygdemuseum
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Hol Museum consists of 17 old buildings, an exhibition premises and a particular nice “bunad” exhibition; the Norwegian national suit. The buildings are around 200 – 300 years old. The exhibition hall offer information about traditional framing, farming tools and examples of Norwegian rose painting. Groups can order guided tours outside the opening hours.

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Where:Geilo Turistinformasjon
11/8/2014
Sat
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
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Hol Museum

Hol Museum

Hol Museum consists of 17 old buildings, an exhibition premises and a particular nice “bunad” exhibition; the Norwegian national suit. The buildings...

Hol Museum

Source: Visitnorway

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