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Rudi Farm offers concerts, shows, exhibitions and catering, and is a working farm situated in a well-preserved cultural landscape featuring a number of heritage sites.
“Post on its Way” is an exhibition located in the Postal Museum at Maihaugen.
The museum provides an insight into over 360 years of postal history, from the days when each letter was sent by messenger and right up to today's electronic communication via e-mail and SMS.
Lillehammer Art Museum is a private foundation and was established 01.04.1994. The foundation is a further development of the 67 year old institution, Lillehammer Bys Malerisamling. The permanent collection comprises Norwegian visual art from the 1830s up until today, and museum also hosts temporary exhibitions featuring Norwegian and international art.
Kirken blir kalt "Gudbrandsdalsdomen", og er en åttekantet steinkirke fra 1787.
The artwork Mothership with Standing Matter is a sculpture designed by Antony Gormley. It is situated inside a pavilion designed by the Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta.
The Norwegian stave churches are, together with the Vikingships Norways, part of the worlds culturale heritage. The museum is located at Ringebu Prestegard 60 km north of Lillehammer.
Christianity was introduced to Norway around 1000 AD, and in the years to follow some one thousand stave churches were built. Ringebu Stave Church dates back to around 1220, and is one of the country’s 28 remaining buildings of its kind.
Ormtjernkampen National Park, the smallest of its kind in Norway, has been expanded and renamed Langsua National Park. Four landscape conservation areas and six nature reserves have been created as part of this project.
The Norwegian Automobile and Vehicle Museum in Lillehammer, Norway comprises a display of Norwegian auto-history, from the early 1900s re-built Oldsmobile, called "Oldsfossum", up to the "Troll", the last Norwegian-produced car in the 1950s.
Kittilbu Museum provides and insight into how the natural resources of Gausdal Vestfjell have been used from the Stone Age until modern times.