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Maihaugen Concert and Conference Hall

Maihaugen is an open air museum with 200 old and new buildings, exhibitions, cafes and lots of activities. It was founded by the dentist Anders Sandvig in 1887. In 1904 the museum was moved to Maihaugen. The concert hall “Maihaugsalen” is known as one of the best in Norway.

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Maihaugen is situated a short walk from the center of Lillehammer and the hotels.
Maihaugen offers modern meetingrooms in the main building, and several options for meetings and social gatherings in historical buildings in the open air museum.

The conference hall, "Maihaugsalen", is known as one of the best concert halls in Norway, and is perfect for conferences.

Capacity: 700 seats
Advanced tecnical equipment.
Flexible telescopic seating solution.
Multi purpose hall.

Green travel

Maihaugen Concert and Conference Hall has obtained certification for their environmental efforts by:

Eco-lighthouse Environmental certification of private and public enterprises, also tourism Green travel

Transportation


Maihaugen is within walking distance of the centre of Lillehammer and the railwaystation. Follow the signs to the museum from the main road E6.

Facility overview

  • Restaurant
  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • museum
    • museum shop
  • Classification

    • eco-lighthouse
  • Conference facilities

    • exhibition area (sq m) (500)
    • Conference personnel
    • number of meeting rooms (3)
    • number of persons in largest conference room (700)
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    • restaurant
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Maihaugen Concert and Conference Hall

Maihaugen is situated a short walk from the center of Lillehammer and the hotels. Maihaugen offers modern meetingrooms in the main building, and sever...

Maihaugen Concert and Conference Hall

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