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Sculpture stop: "Gran Boathouse"

The Gran Boathouse is located on the waters edge in Røykenviken, Hadeland. Internationally renowned and award winning Rachel Whiteread is the artist be...

Lunner

Lunner church

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

Jevnaker church

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...

Jaren

Old Tingelstad church (St. Petri)

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....

Jevnaker

Oldemors Karjol

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

Brandbu

Hemlaga på Næs/Food From Hadeland

A small shop with a variety of local products from many small local farmers and food producers. The products are based on old local traditions, but a...

Jaren

Lygna Skisenter

Some students can practice freely in the plant, but we'll have a parking fee per. running at NOK 50, -- NB! Shooting range must be booked in advance....

Brandbu

Randsfjorden Grunneierforening

Randsfjorden landowner League would all welcome to use Randsfjorden to recreation and fishing. Randsfjorden is Norway 4. largest lake and 70 km. long,...

Brandbu

Autosenteret Brandbu AS

Statoil Norway AS is responsible for the scroll operation of the Statoil petrol stations. The Norwegian gas station network is nationwide and has long...

Brandbu

Café D/S Oscar II - The Steamship Café

The café has been named after the steamship that sailed on the Randsfjord between 1884 and 1956. A copy of the ship provides seeting accomodations inside the café, and in addition you can sit on the quay by the fjord.
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