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Ålesund

The Medieval Age Museum

Experience the fascinating history of the Sunnmøre region at the Medieval Age Museum in Borgundkaupangen. The museum is built across parts of an excava...

Ålesund

Sunnmøre Museum & Borgundkaupangen

Visit the open-air museum with its vast collection of old houses. Enjoy a stroll between the picturesque houses and the indoor exhibitions, and get an...

Ålesund

Stiftinga Sunnmøre Museum

Stiftinga Sunnmøre Museum is a foundation consisting of 12 museums from Sunnmøre. We offer something for everyone! You can walk between old wooden hou...

Ålesund

The Fisheries Museum

By the beautiful harbour in Ålesund you can find the landmark Holmbua. The warehouse from 1861 escaped the great Town Fire of 1904, and today it holds...

Ålesund

Aalesunds Museum

The town museum gives exciting insight into Ålesund's history through pictures and artefacts. Explore the exhibitions of the great town fire of 1904,...

Ulefoss

Ulefoss Cultural Heritage

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.

Morgedal

Øverbø

The history of Sondre Norheim begins in Morgedal, Telemark. He was born June 10, 1825, at Øverbø, a little cotter's farm nestled in the hillside. Open all year.

Fagernes

Valdres Folk Museum

The Valdres Folkemuseum in Fagernes was founded in 1901. The first house in the collections was rebuilt in 1906. Today the museum contents nearly 100...

Brandbu

King Haud - Randsfjordbåt AS

Randsfjordbåt AS offers chartered boat trips on the beautiful Randsfjorden lake on board the Norwegian-built MS Kong Haud. Suitable for corporate or or...

Tælavåg

North Sea Traffic Museum, Telavåg - War Museum

The Gestapo’s revenge. On 30 April 1942, the tiny coastal community of Telavåg was deleted from the map when the Germans discovered the role the village people played in the illicit trafficking of men across the North Sea. This, coupled with the killing of a Norwegian agent and two German officers, triggered the Telavåg tragedy, one of Europe’s worst war catastrophes.
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