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Seljord

sea ​​serpent tower

The tale of the serpent in the seljord Lake have been told since 1750 and have been passed down in spoken form, being only partly written down. You can look for the serpent from the sea ​​serpent tower on Bjørgeøyan.

Os i Østerdalen

Oddentunet, Os Museum

Oddentunet in Narjordet is an attractive listed farm that is the main annexe to Os museum. The interior of the main building is a picturesque work of a...

Os i Østerdalen

Tufsingdal nature reserve

Here you can visit the long Tufsingdal esker, which contributes to our understanding of how ablation progressed through the Femund region....

Bakkasund

Kystmuseet - Bakkasund

A local museum built on local efforts to collect pictures, articles for daily use, letters etc. from the people living on Storekalsøy. The exhibition...

Stord

The Mining Museum - Litlabø

The mine at Litlabø was in operation from 1865 to 1968, and had the most up to 400 employees. In the old mining smithy the story is told through imag...

Bekkjarvik

Nothengjo - Bekkjarvik

Nothengja in Bekkjarvik is the largest net-mending and -storing shed and preserved along the coast, as well as having been used for the impregnation o...

Skiptvet

Nes Timber Floating Museum, Skiptvet

The Nes timber boom was constructed in 1852. The idea was to transport timber down the river Glomma.

Stord

Stord Maritime Museum

Stord Maritime Museum is located on the "Night Route quay", and shows Sunnhordlands industrial, maritime history of the past 100 years. A large motor c...

Storebø

Hufthamartunet

Old farm estate near the ferry quay at Hufthamar. The oldest cottage dates back to the seventeenth century. Open by appointment....

Lørenskog

Traditional Midsummer Celebration

Lørenskog Folk Museum at Skårer farm is an idyllic "island" among urban blocks and shopping centres, thus reflecting the contrasts that exists in this...
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