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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...
The most scenic view of Lake Mjøsa is available on the paddle steamer Skibladner on a beautiful summer's day. In its 159th year, the paddle steamer is just as elegant and stately as ever - and the world's oldest of her kind in regular traffic.
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!
Totenviken church isa long church built in 1896. It is relatively large, with seating for 400 people, including the gallery. The altar piece was made b...
Balke church is the main church for the parish of Balke. It has an imposing position in the landscape and is visible from afar. Around 4,200 people be...
Kolbu church is a cruciform church, built from timber with interlocking corner joints. It is the main church in the parish of Kolbu. Before the current...
"Skibladner" is the pride of inland Norway. Dating back to 1856, she is the world's oldest paddle steamer still in scheduled service. Every summer, she travels the vast of lake Mjøsa, and this venerable old lady is a welcome sight for people in the villages and towns around Mjøsa.
The beautiful Hervenknappen peak is situated in the Totenåsen hills in Østre Toten, 784 metres above sea level. From the summit you can see vast expa...
Aas church is a cruciform church built in the Romanesque style. It was built in 1921 from stone and timber. It was designed by architect Henry Bucher....
Raufoss church is a long church from 1939, built from brick and timber. The church seats 280 people and was designed by the architect Henry Bucher....