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Øvrebø

Øvrebø Church

A cruciform church from 1800. Open by appointment.

Vennesla

Vennesla skole- og bygdemuseum

The main building is a farm building from 1838. There is also a traditional storehouse, "stabbur", built prior to 1640. The school museum displays completely equipped classrooms from a bygone era.

Vennesla

Lumber slide

An authentic lumber slide and a part of of history. Now restored and protected, it is the only surviving example in the whole of Norway.

Hægeland

Hægeland Church

An octagonal timber-built church dated 1830. Church bell from 1769. Open by appointment.

Nodeland

Nordmannsvegen through Finsland

Old road, used for droving and pack animals, and as a footpath. Now upgraded to a trail for walking.

Nodeland

Greipstad Church

The church was consecrated in 1829, traditionally log-built in empire style. Chancel with tapestries by Else-Marie Jakobsen. Open by appointment.

Brennåsen

Rossevann festningsanlegg

Signposted path from Rosselandsveien, Brennåsen, beside Hydro Texaco petrol station on E-39. The path goes east to Vågsbygd and west to Søgne.

Vennesla

Setesdalsbanen

Narrow gauge museum railway (1067 mm) with steam engines and carriages more than a hundred years old still in use.

Hægeland

Hægeland Rural Museum

School museum, with a collection of agricultural tools. Open by appointment.
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