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Built in 1803 and has Norway`s best preserved natural wood interior. Open by appointment.
An octagonal timber-built church dated 1830. Church bell from 1769. Open by appointment.
The church was consecrated in 1829, traditionally log-built in empire style. Chancel with tapestries by Else-Marie Jakobsen. Open by appointment.
Signposted path from Rosselandsveien, Brennåsen, beside Hydro Texaco petrol station on E-39. The path goes east to Vågsbygd and west to Søgne.
An authentic lumber slide and a part of of history. Now restored and protected, it is the only surviving example in the whole of Norway.
Narrow gauge museum railway (1067 mm) with steam engines and carriages more than a hundred years old still in use.
A cruciform church from 1800. Open by appointment.
The main building is a farm building from 1838. There is also a traditional storehouse, "stabbur", built prior to 1640. The school museum displays completely equipped classrooms from a bygone era.
Old road, used for droving and pack animals, and as a footpath. Now upgraded to a trail for walking.
The property is located 200 metres south of Greipstad Church in Nodeland and consists of the main house, a large outhouse and two traditional storehouses.