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Lands Museum was established in 1927 to record and preserve the history of Nordre- and Søndre Land municipalities. Today it is a regional competence ce...
The Peder Balke gallery and cultural centre exhibits contemporary art and promotes cultural heritage. Café, interiors shop, hairdresser. Idyllic beachside paths to Kapp Melkefabrikk.
Dating back to 1777, Biri church is a timber building with an area of 500 square metres with seating for 450 people.
The church regularly performs we...
The sculpture “Allium” by Sverre Wyller is situated in an open landscape in Østre Toten. Allium means onion and the sculpture’s form is inspired by the...
Artist Richard Deacon has created an amalgamation of his impressions from Gjøvik in the form of a five-metre high sculpture in sand cast aluminium. Gr...
This museum’s operations stretch across the entire length of lake Mjøsa. The museum documents and presents the history of the local people and landscape. Guided tours during the summer and by appointment. We tailor special events for our visitors!
Seegård church was designed by Arne Thorsrud and inaugurated in 1997. The actual church can seat 260 people. In addition, there is special room for the...
The world´s oldest paddelstimer from 1856, and still plying the water of Lake Mjøsa. This floating museum features a restaurant and a cafeteria. On sc...
Gjøvik is home to one of Norway’s most exciting industrial adventures, which began as early as 1832. Mustad has manufactured a wide range of products through the years. By visiting Mustad’s exciting industrial museumyou will gain a fascinating insight into the production of these goods.
Experience the traditional craft of glassblowing. At our premises located in the Holmen Brenneri in central Gjøvik you can experience a traditional craft, performed by the most skilful glass blowers in Norway. All our products are produced at our glass hut.