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Ål Stave church was erected around 1170 and torn down in 1880. The stave churches are a wooden building with a carrying construction of poles. The sta...
Stampehølen has its name from the frieze pestle in Votndalen. The pestle was built between 1860 - 1880 by Ole Larsson Holestøl. The village people had...
In Torpo you find the ruins of the Lya-bridge. It was constructed in the 1820s and bound together the first carriage road in Hallingdal. The road was c...
The hill fort of Bjorå is one of the best preserved hill forts in this part of Norway.
Rumbling waterfalls with salmon leaping, outstanding natural beauty and close to town. Kjærra in Lardal is a peaceful place to stay and a wonderful pla...
Hadeland Mining Museum is dedicated to the mines, rocks and minerals of the area who is a classic mining district. The area is famous for its exciting rocks and mineral occurrences. Guided tours and bat safari to the old zink mine.
Visit idyllic Hadeland Folkemuseum and get a glimpse of everyday life from the past. The open air museum contains more than 30 buildings from the 17th to the 20th centuries and gives a good example of everyday life in the past.
Søsterkirkene – the Sisters Churches - on Granavollen are an impressive landmark and have a mysterious history. Two churches are placed next to each other. Their steeples have inspired the design of the Gran municipal coat-of-arms.
A charming museum with a dressmaker’s workroom and shop in the old culture landscape Tingelstad on the farm Aschim Nordre. 170 objects from the 18th a...