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Located one hour from Oslo, Hadeland Glassworks is one of Norway's top attractions based on history, art, culture and craftsmanship traditions.
Helgaker farm is a conference farm situated in the beautiful landscape of Hadeland. Here we serve a varied menu from Hadeland's local foods to exotic...
Old Tingelstad church is a typical Romanesque rural church, with simple details and semi-circular arches. It is a typical long church built in stone....
In the 12th century, a small stone church was built at Lunnertoppen. The location was the site an ancient settlement, as evidenced by the burial mou...
Jevnaker church is situated in Prestmoen, with views of the Randsfjorden lake and the town centre. It was previously the site of a stone church, possib...
The Pilgrim Trail of Norway is a network of marked trails based on the pilgrimage tradition. The trails are connected to a number of exciting natural and cultural monuments associated with religious practices in the Middle Ages and with St. Olav.
The Gran Boathouse is located on the waters edge in Røykenviken, Hadeland. Internationally renowned and award winning Rachel Whiteread is the artist be...
Oldemors Karjol serves traditional Norwegian food based on grandma's cookbook, most of the raw materials are supplied by local farmers. Oldemor was also honored as best Restaurant along the way in the Inlands of Norway in 2010
Kafè Consulen is an idyllic place in the museum area to Kistefos Museum. The menu is varied and based on good fresh ingredients, all made from scratch...
The Visitor Centre is open daily throughout the year, Monday through Sunday, and offers a variety of activities for children and adults alike. Watch the glassblowers practicing their traditional art, and try your hand at glassblowing or glass designing.