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Sykkylven

Furniture Museum

Sykkylven is world known for its many furniture factories and a great part of the inhabitants live from making furniture for customers throughout the...

Balestrand

Balestrand Tourist Information

Balestrand Tourist Information is centrally located by the harbour in Balestrand. Here you can buy tickets for day tours, and for the express boat....

Flåm

Flåm touristoffice

At the railwaystation (Stationen) centre Flåm. We inform you about activities, attractions, dayexcursion, time-table, accommodations etc. We also sell...

Sunndalsøra

Power Plant Exhibition center, Aura

Learn more of the water power stations and the particular history of Sunndal mountains. Guided tours, film, exhibition. Suitable for both individua...

Vik i Sogn

Vik Tourist Office

Vik Tourist Office is situated at Kristianhus, in the same building as the Boat & Motor Museum, by the road Rv 13 in Vikøyri.  We sell round trips and...

Kristiansund N

Tourist information office for Kristiansund and Nordmøre

Regional touristinformation, open all year.The Tourist information office is located in the very center of the city, at Kongens Plass 1. We offer infor...

Averøy

Saga Siglar Hallen - Viking documentation Centre

The Saga Siglar Hall - Documentation Centre The remains of the shipwrecked Saga Siglar and Oseberg ships are displayed in the Saga Siglar Hall....

Ølen

Ølen Tourist Information - Unni Marie Rosemaling.com

Tourist information is open all year, Monday - Saturday. Information about attractions, activities, hiking tips and more. Unni Marie Rosemaling was est...

Lom

Norwegian Mountain Museum - Jotunheimen and Reinheimen National Park Centre

The Norwegian Mountain Museum is a natural stop for anyone with an interest in or feeling for the Norwegian mountains. The museum displays the interaction between people and the mountain landscape from the retreat of the ice age until the present day.
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