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Telemarkstunet at Kanthaugen, Lillehammer All roads lead to Kanthaugen, whether you chose to arrive by chairlift from the bottom of Lysgårdsbakkene, by car, by bus, by sleigh or by foot.
Visit the home of Sigrid Undset! Sigrid Undset (1882-1949) is among Norway's most popular authors. She created a unique home consisting of old wooden buildings and a beautiful garden, and she called her home Bjerkebæk.
Closed in 1983 - reopened in 2006. A short summary of something sorely missed. However, thanks to the efforts of local enthusiasts, with a passion for history, culture and quality beer, the wait is over and Lillehammer Bryggeri has been reborn.
Maihaugen at Lillehammer is one of the largest museums in Norway. Here you find Norwegian homes from various periods, exhibitions, a fine museum shop, café and varied programmes.
Lillehammer Art Museum is a private foundation and was established 01.04.1994. The foundation is a further development of the 67 year old institution, Lillehammer Bys Malerisamling. The permanent collection comprises Norwegian visual art from the 1830s up until today, and museum also hosts temporary exhibitions featuring Norwegian and international art.
Norwegian Rock Blasting Museum, Hunderfossen The museum offers a fascinating journey through Norwegian rock blasting history in a genuine mountain setting.
The restaurant is one of the town's most popular, and is located in the old Lillehammer Brewery's beer cellar dating back to 1855. Guests can enjoy the best à la carte menu in town, but remember to make a reservation when you are planning a visit.
Brenneriet Churrascaria is a Brazilian concept and the only one of its kind in Norway. The speciality is grilled meats. At Brenneriet Churrascaria you can help yourself from an extensive buffet comprising salads, potatoes, dressings and other trimmings.
With the very edge of the mountains as starting point, visitors have every opportunity to experience cross-country skiing at its best.
The Norwegian Road Museum provides experiences for all the family. The museum now has a new road history exhibition covering more than 1000 m2 and more than 100 original museum objects. These range from small Viking Age glass beads to a massive 12-tonne excavator!