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The museum is located in Depot 148, a 19th century military building. Permanent exhibitions on meteorology and gypsy history. New temporary...
Fetsund Lenser - a national heritage monument, timberfloating museum and nature centre. A unique blend of cultural and natural adventures, set in...
Learn about the special ways of connecting with nature and get a greater understanding of the importance of the natural world.
WILDERNESS LIFE has gathered valuable knowledge about fellowship and connecting with nature. We have gained this from ancient, nearly forgotten sources among Native peoples on different continents and want to pass these secrets to you. This will give you a lasting impression, enriching your life forever.
Our wilderness courses attach great importance to sharing this ancient knowledge with you. It will give you a stronger foundation for your wilderness experiences and a deeper connection to nature. This way your dream of becoming one with nature may come true.
Guided tours, nature days and more.
Join us on our guided tours leading to selected places within the heart of nature. We want to share with you the special ways of connecting with nature, which is what WILDERNESS LIFE truly stands for. Feel the difference it makes to experience nature in this unique way.
Open air museum with more than 60 buildings from Trondheim and the Trøndelag area.
Beautiful surroundings, and from the ruins of King Sverre's...
Holm Gård wants to offer a variety of artistic expressions. Traditional surroundings provide an extra dimension in the communication of both text and...
Bordalsgjelet is a truly spectacular gorge. The purpose-built path there provides the opportunity to see the potholes and the gorge at close range.
Sandefjord library is adjacent to Hjertnes Culture house and the City hall and have books and media for children, teenagers and adults.
From Henningsvær we navigate through narrow fjords before heading for the open sea at the northern end of Lofoten, to meet the Midnight Sun.
The 34 meter tall stone tower was lit for the first time on the 10th of November 1836. Follow the 134 steps to the top and enjoy the fantastic view of...
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