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Bekkestua

Haslum Church

Stone church with origins back to the year 1190. Haslum is located in Bærum west of Oslo, and the church is a popular venue for weddings and christe...

Hvalstad

Asker Museum

In addition to the Valstad collections, Asker Museum also contains Labråten – Hulda and Arne Garborg’s home, Albert Seheim’s workshop at Sem, the Schoo...

Lysaker

Polhøgda

Polhøgda at Lagåsen was the home of the infamous polar explorer, scientist, diplomat, humanist and Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Fridtjof Nansen...

Asker

Bryggerhuset – Tveiter farm

On the west side of the Semsvannet lake is the idyllicly situated Tveiter farm. The Bryggerhuset eatery is situated here, which is open on weekends as...

Asker

Askekaller - Sems lake

“Askekaller” were the ash trees that were used to harvest additional feed for the animals. This was the traditional method for cutting down ash trees...

Høvikodden

Henie Onstad Art Center

Tomorrow's Art Today! Henie Onstad Art Centre is beautifully situated at Høvikoddsen. The program displays a series of exhibitions in modernism and co...
Adults from NOK 80,-

Sandvika

Malmskrivergården farm

Malmskrivergården features Sandvika’s oldest preserved buildings, from around 1640. The “ore clerk” (malmskriveren) who kept an overview of the unloa...

Sandvika

Emma Hjorth Museum

Emma Hjorth founded Norway’s first care home for people with mental disabilities in 1898. The museum presents the story of care for those with disab...

Fornebu

Old Fornebu Cultural Centre, Nansen park and Storøya

Old Fornebu Cultural Centre consists of the area and buildings that are located by the old control tower. The cultural centre is a lively and exciting...

Sandvika

Løkkehaven and Løkke bridge

Here you will find small buildings from old Sandvika, with galleries, small shops, crafts and cafes. The place has its origins from the former Harresc...
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