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Røros

Art Exhibition "Røros painters"

Exhibition i Røros Mueum Smelthytta with works by a variety of artists, including Jacob Oxhom Schives painting from the 1880's: "Ein Blick auf...

Røros

Røros Golfpark

Splendid 9 hole golf course, right by the desert area of Kvitsanda. A challenging course in hilly terrain. Situated on National road 30, just 2 km fro...

Røros

Vertshuset Røros Restaurant

The mountain settlement of Røros, with its roots extending back to the 1600s, has become one of Norway’s most popular destinations. Mining and farming...
Price 3-courses NOK 400,- to NOK 500,-

Brekkebygd

Vauldalen Fjellhotell - Restaurant

Opening hours: 08.00 – 20.00. Seating for up to 110 persons. Local produce prepared in a traditional style....

Røros

Trygstad Bakery and Cafè

Fresh baker’s products, coffee bar and every type of ice cream....

Røros

Gammelhønseriet på Galåvolden Gård

Guided tours of the farm. For group bookings, lunch may be prebooked, as well as coffee, ice-cream and cakes....

Røros

Frost 654 m.o.h.

Shop for ladies with well-known fashion brand names: Fillippa K - In-Wear - Matinique - Moods of Norway - Diesel - Vernissage - by Ti-Mo - Soaked in...

Røros

Rørosmuseet - Smelthytta-guided tour

The Smelthytta museum is built on the ruins of the smelter that burnt down in 1975. Here you find exhibitions about the history of the Røros Copper Works, brought to life by models of mines, smelters and technical installations. These models give an excellent impression of the way in which mining operations were carried out and fascinate both children and adults.

Røros

Rørosmuseet - Smelthytta-guided tour

The Smelthytta museum is built on the ruins of the smelter that burnt down in 1975. Here you find exhibitions about the history of the Røros Copper Works, brought to life by models of mines, smelters and technical installations. These models give an excellent impression of the way in which mining operations were carried out and fascinate both children and adults.
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