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Norway's tallest wooden house is located in Arendal. Built as a private residence between 1812-15, it is today a national heirloom.
Kalvøysund fort was a German coastal fort on the island Flostaøya east of Arendal, built during WW2. Today this is a popular recreational area.
This village in the sea consists of four islands, available only by boat or ferry, and the houses are built in the style of the days of sail.
Here you can see the four largest Scandinavian carnivores: bear, wolf, wolverine and lynx and smaller predators, birds. New 2015: beaver exhibition.
The Rjukan falls has a free fall of 45 metres, and is a beautiful sight at the end of a 3-km trail in the woods of Tovdal in Southern Norway.
Næs Jernverksmuseum is one of the best preserved ironworks in Norway, unique in Europe. Playground and arranged children activities throughout July.
Southern Norway's largest location for contemporary art. Changing exhibitions and a permanent art collection with works by Norway's leading artists.
ARTendal is a gallery with a large selection of contemporary art for sale, in addition to displaying works from the collection of Bomuldsfabriken Art Hall.
The Tvedestrand museum has a history closely linked to the history of Tvedestrand town. The building is one of the oldest and best preserved in town.
Tromøy church outside of Arendal was originally a Romansque stone church built around 1150, and reconstructed to a cruciform church between 1748-1758.