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Trysil

Trysil/Engerdal Museum

Trysil/Engerdal Museum is a cultural history museum with museum buildings located in several different locations in Trysil and Engerdal municipalities....

Trysil

Trysil Bygdetun

Trysil Bygdetun, situated in the hill just above Trysil town centre, is an open-air museum with a collection of 17th, 18th and 19th century’s building...

Åsgårdstrand

Edvard Munch's house in Åsgårdstrand

Edvard Munch's House, is Åsgårdstrand's biggest attraction. It was here that Edvard Munch lived and found the inspiration for so many of his famous paintings. It was in 1889 that Edvard Munch (1863-1944) spent the first of many summers in Åsgårdstrand. In 1897 he bought a spartan fisherman's cottage built at the end of the 18th century.

Skien

Telemark Kunstnersenter, SKIEN

Telemark Art Center is a center of competence for professional artists and crafts in Telemark. The Art Center displays contemporary art through the pr...

Skien

Brekkeparken and Brekke Museum

The Culture of Telemark Telemark Museum, Brekkeparken, shows the changes through time in our county.  Experiences of extravagance and modern theme exhibitions lie side by side in this museum.

Skien

Henrik Ibsen Museum, SKIEN

Henrik Ibsen was born in Skien on 20 March 1828 and his childhood home is just a few kilometres north of Skien city centre.

Hitra

The Coastal Museum of Sør-Trøndelag

We tell the story! This is the coastal museum's slogan. We want to tell stories and convey knowledge in as vividly as possible. Coastal Museum's symbo...

Bjugn

Bjugn Village museum Mølnargården

Mølnargården is a village museum with 19 buildings and many permanent exhibits, among them archeology, geology, shoemaker and carpenter's workshop and...

Fjell

Fjell Fortress - Museum Vest

Festung Norwegen. In 1942, Hitler gave the order to build the Atlantic Wall, a 2.685km, continuous coastal defence that stretched from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Pyrenees in the south. It was built to defend German-occupied Europe against invasion from the British.
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