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Nærbø

Hå Old Vicarage

Already several hundred years ago, Hå old vicarage served as the residence of a senior civil servant, a vicarage, an administrative and cultural centre...

Oslo

DogA - Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture

The Norwegian Centre for Design and Architecture is a meeting place for design, architecture and related subject areas. The centre provides an arena...

Gamle Fredrikstad

Fredrikstad Museum

Fredrikstad Museum is a museum comprising of a collection of art and cultural historical artefacts and offers an adventure for the whole family.

Stavanger

Department of Cultural history - Stavanger Museum

The Department of Cultural History is responsible for documenting Rogaland's general cultural history, with emphasis on the history of the city of Sta...

Stavanger

Stavanger Museum Natural History

Zoological department is located in Muségt. 16. Here you can see birds and different animals from Norway and abroad. Several changing exhibitions all...

Hønefoss

Kjerratmuseet

Around the year 1850, Mr. Peder Anker built a transport system for timber upwards the river from Steinsfjorden to Storflåtan in Nordmarka with a height difference around 400 metres. You can also walk along the path of the old timber-transport system.

Tynset

Tynset Open Air Museum

The museum was founded in1923 and it is situated along Parkveien, 900 metres from the town centre. The museum covers about 5 acres and it consists of...

Namsos

Rock City:Interactive Rock Museum

Visit Rock City and be an artist for a day! Stand on-stage with a famous norwegian band, explore the creative hedquarters of a famous artist from Na...

Gvarv

Evju old Courtyard

The Evju Bygdetun in Sauherad is an interesting and lively local museum in mid- Telemark situated between the villages Gvarv (4 km)and Bø (6 km). The old farm buildings date back to the 18th and 19th centuries.
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