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Ottestad

The Migration museum

The museum chronicles the history of emigration, remigration and immigration. The open-air museum gives you a glimpse of life in a Norwegian pioneering...

Hamar

The Norwegian Railway Museum

The Norwegian Railway Museum is a museum for children. Norway's shortest railway line is just a few hundred metres long, and a trip on the pellets-fire...

Ådalsbruk

Klevfos Industrial Museum

The museum is a closed-down pulp and paper factory, which is intact with the original machinery, dam and canal systems and housing. Guided tours follo...

Rudshøgda

The Prøysen Cottage

The Prøysen Cottage and Cotter's Farm was Prøysen's childhood home. The Prøysen Cottage dates back to the 1860s, and has been restored in recent years....

Ådalsbruk

The Munch Center

The exhibitions at the Munch Center at Klevfos focus on the young Edvard Munch and the visits he made to the Hedmark area after his family moved to...

Hamar

Kunstbanken Hedmark Kunstsenter

At Kunstbanken, Norwegian as well as international art of high quality are exhibited in both new and old surroundings full of character. The art centre...

Hamar

Hamar Sagbladfabrikk

Hamar Sagbladfabrikk, one of the leading cultural venues in inland Norway, is very popular for concerts, weddings, company functions, Christmas partie...

Ottestad

Atlungstad Brenneri (distillery)

Atlungstad Brenneri is one of four remaining distilleries in Norway, and the only historical distillery still in operation. At this beautiful location...

Ingeberg

Mammuthus

Mammuthus is the name of a building which houses an geolocigal exhibition and models of two wolly mammoths. When booked in forehand groups can combine...

Hamar

Domkirkeodden

One of Norway's largest medieval museums providing an insight into our history from the Viking era, through the Middle Ages and up until today.  The g...
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