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Flatdal Church is a timbered long church, built in 1654 on the site of an earlier stave church. In 1923 Bishop Bernt Støylen arranged for the crucifix, altarpiece and the canopy from the old stave church to be retrieved and placed in the church. The church is situated near the Flatdal valley district.
Gallery Nutheim was opened in 1978. The Gallery exhibits art by local artists. Nutheim Guest House accommodates bus groups and other groups for meals and a look through the art gallery.
Holm parish, built in the 1500s, was moved from Hjartdal to Nutheim in 1963. The building was restored back to the condition it mus have had prior to...
A collection of replicas of local traditional log buildings, filled with cultural activities.
The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea serpent tower on Bjørgeøyan.
The history lives in the heart of the Telemark Canal. Experience guided tours through Ulefoss cultural heritage. You can choose from different attractions, all with their own uniqe history.
The museum shows sculptures, paintings, graphic art and drawings by the famous artist Dyre Vaa (1903-1980). The sculptor Tor Vaa, son of Dyre Vaa, is also represented by a special exhibition.
The Skinnarland Collection houses more than 100 works of art by sculptor Knut Skinnarland and a replica of his studio in Rauland. Also represented with several works is the sculptor Aslak Svalastoga. There are new sales- and special exhibitions every year.
At Berg Kragerø Museum can you see how the family Homan survived, and in the showroom you can admire a beautiful toy collection, put yourself in Kragerø past as exporters of ice or see Munch exhibition "Kragerø was me good"
Folkestadbyen- The town of Folkestad.
In the 1870s, a centre for commerce and crafts started to appear in this small church village. The village received the name of “Folkestadbyen” and the towns people lived by paid work, commerce and handicraft.