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in bygone times nedstrand was a customs post and “capital” of Ryfylke, and today still serves as a ferry connection point between the south and east....
Hesthammer school is the oldest school in Tysvær, build in 1863. It's located close to the Statoil gas sentre at Kårstø. It was the first school in the...
An authentically equipped traditional farmstead from the 1800's, complete with dwelling house and farm outbuildings in a rural setting.
The museum pr...
Come and meet all your favourite farm animals in natural surroundings! We also have a café and store. Welcome to us!
In its original surroundings with a unique style and atmosphere, the restaurant Egon offers lunch, starters, steaks, pizzas etc. A tasty meal in a war...
Bowling 1 at Gjøvik offers 14 bowling lanes, 5 billiard tables, a snack-bar and the latest in arcade machines. Beer and wine served on Fridays and Satu...
Josefine Vertshus is a music, dining and private event establishment on Oslo's west side.
Josefine is suitable for for all types of events: birthday...
This open-air museum offers a classic 19th century cultural landscape, a traditional farm, a cotter`s farm, a summer mountain farm and worker barracks.
Eiktunet museum is the open air museum of local history in Gjøvik. It is situated on the hillside with magnificent view of the lake Mjøsa and the sorro...
Gjøvik Gård is and old estate in the middle of the city center. On the estate you find builidings from the last three hundred years. Gjøvik Gård was the property of Casper Kauffeldt - founder of the town Gjøvik by National conscription officer Alf Mjøen.