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Fabrikken AS

Fabrikken is a centre for creative and cultural initiatives. It comprises some 30 enterprises focusing on visual art, ceramics, jewellery design, text...

Ringebu

Rondane National Park

Rondane National Park is a mountain area between the Gudbrandsdalen and Atndalen valleys. The area stretches from Ringebu in the south to Dovre in the north.

Sør-Fron

Rudi Gard (cultural farm)

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.

Ringebu

Dørfallet/Dørdalen

A mini canyon with vertical escarpments of 60 to 100 metres. About six kilometres of T-marked track from Venabu Fjellhotell. May be combined with a wa...

Gausdal

Huldreheimen

Huldreheimen is a mountain area east of Jotunheimen, between Valdres and Gudbrandsdalen. The area is also known as Gausdal Vestfjell and the gateway to Jotunheimen.

Sør-Fron

The church at Sør-Fron

Erected in 1787, this octagonal stone church is also called "The Gudbrandsdal Dome"....

Gausdal

Langsua National Park

Ormtjernkampen National Park, the smallest of its kind in Norway, has been expanded and renamed Langsua National Park. Four landscape conservation area...

Fåberg

Norwegian Rock Blasting Museum Hunderfossen

Norwegian Rock Blasting Museum, Hunderfossen The museum offers a fascinating journey through Norwegian rock blasting history in a genuine mountain setting.

Lillehammer

Gallery Zink

Galleri Zink offers an extensive program comprising the work of several of our most renowned local as well as national artists. The gallery hosts over 15 exhibitions annually, and the artistic expression is rich and varied. A selection of commissioned work including handicraft and visual art is also available.

Lillehammer

Norwegian Museum of Historical Vehicles

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.
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