The Prøysen Museum was established in memory of the writer, artist and individual Alf Prøysen, and invites to a journey through the life and work of one of Norway's most popular poets. Children can experience the magic of Prøysen's world by entering the Mousehole where everything is enormous. Here they can play in the blueberry jam, climb the cheese, slide in the cream carton or listen to fairytales in the old boot without toe. During the Prøysen Festival in July, visitors can enjoy a full and varied program. The Cotter's Farm, Alf Prøysen's childhood home, can be found 800 metres from the Prøysen Museum. It is open to the public during the summer holiday period and to pre-booked groups during the period 15 May - 15 September.