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Attractions & Culture in Arendal
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Tromøy church outside of Arendal was originally a Romansque stone church built around 1150, and reconstructed to a cruciform church between 1748-1758.
Tyholmen is the oldest part of Arendal, located on the small peninsula on the south-eastern corner of the town, and offers charming houses and alleys.
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.
1888 the third Trinity church of Arendal was completed. With its 87 meter high church tower it was a landmark in town.
Klöckers hus is a museum displaying how a well-off family lived more than 100 years ago. Part of the museum displays the home of the sailor.
Arendal churchyard is beautiful, built in terraces with many granite walls and family mausoleums surrounded by intricate wrought iron fences.
Næs Jernverksmuseum is one of the best preserved ironworks in Norway, unique in Europe. Playground and arranged children activities throughout July.
Norway's tallest wooden house is located in Arendal. Built as a private residence between 1812-15, it is today a national heirloom.
A beautiful and monumental bridge spanning the Nidelva river. The bridge is in use and is said to be one of the longest in Northern Europe.
Kalvøysund fort was a German coastal fort on the island Flostaøya east of Arendal, built during WW2. Today this is a popular recreational area.