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Hamar

Kirsten Flagstad Museum

Kirsten Flagstad (1895-1962) was called "the voice of the century" as well as "the world's greatest Wagnerian soprano". She had an exceptional stage ca...

Engerdal

Gutulia National Park

Gutulia was made a national park in 1968. The area, measuring 19 km², is located between the Gutuli Lake and the Swedish border. Due to its primeval fo...

Rudshøgda

Prøysenhuset

The museum is in memory of the author and artist Alf Prøysen (1914-1970), with exhibitions, theatre, a museum shop and play ground. The cottage where...

Drevsjø

Småsjøkongan (Protected Pine Tree)

When in Engerdal, Småsjøkongen is an attraction not to be missed! A 350-400 year-old protected pine tree of magnificent dimensions (6-7 m²). Are you ab...

Tromsø

Folkeparken Open-Air Museum

Folkeparken Open-Air Museum is located at the south point of Tromsøya. The facility is beautifully situated in the city’s most popular excursion area.

Steinkjer

Bunadburet på Bjerkem

Nord-Trøndelag Folkedraktsaum welcomes you to Bunadburet at Bjerkem! Berit Bjerkem produces and sells bunads (traditional costumes) from Trøndelag at...

Tolvsrød

All onboard

"Our guests will have good and lasting memories" whether we are on land, boat or island trips, this is our basic rule and goal. We offer activities su...

Hokksund

Haug kirke

Haug kirke has been the main church in Eiker since the Norwegian Church was organized in 1153. Archaeological excavations were undertaken in the 1960s...

Åseral

Ljosland mountain/rock garden

This garden is the only one of its kind south of Dovre, and it has a fabulous collection of mountain flora from the Agder region. It is located by t...

Verdal

Stiklestad Church

The church is believed to have been designed by Archbishop Eystein Erlendson. The first church at Stiklestad was built on the site where St. Olav fell...
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