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Season: June - August. Out of season you should hike with a guide. This majestic geographical legacy rises 1 000 metres above the Lysefjord, and is a real natural beauty. Admire an astonishing view of the fjord or take a walk to the top of Kjeragbolten for an adrenaline boost.


Rygge Museum

At Rygge museum you will find cultural monuments. The museum consists of 4 buildings, and is located by Rygge's magnificent medieval church.


Grindheim Church

The current church at Grindheim dates from 1783, although there has been a church on the same site for much longer than that.


The Convention House

The Konventionsgaarden (the Conventions House) was build in 1778 and owned by the Anker family. In summer 2015  (22 of June to 16th of August) :  Open every Friday, Saturday and Sundays from 11:00 to 16:00 Guided tours at 13.00.


Reindeer sledding and Sami Experience - Tromsø Friluftsenter (from Jan 10)

Join our experienced provider of Sami culture on a day trip to the island of Kvaløya for some exotic reindeer sledding (30 min), lasso throwing, cultural knowledge and nice scenery as part of your introduction to Sami culture.


Seegård Church

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 Norwegian resistance museum, Rakkestad

The museum compromises over 100 metres of glass display cases housing approx. 4000 objects from the Second World War.


Forollhogna National Park Information center

Interactive exhibition for children and adults with the theme farm life, biodiversity and wild reindeer. Opening Hours Summer Mon-Sat 11-17, Sun...


Ryvarden Lighthouse

Ryvarden was built in 1849 and lies by the sea. After the lighthouse became automatic in 1984, the buildings have been used as a cultural centre. Here...


Norwegian Seabird Center

Nature does not care - do you? Nature has succumbed to an ecological fragility, sensitive to the slightest changes. The roots of these changes as we...
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