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Norwegian Canning Museum

The Canning Museum is located in the premises of the former canning factory in Øvre Strandgate 88, which is a part of the city known as 'Gamle Stavange...
From 60/40 NOK per adult/child


Norwegian Petroleum Museum

The Norwegian Petroleum museum is a museum for everyone. Its exhibits explain how oil and gas are created, discovered and produced, and what they are u...
From 100/50 NOK per adult/child


Stavanger Maritime Museum

Stavanger Maritime Museum's exhibitions provide an insight into marine and general city history from the beginning of the 1800s and up to present time....



Royal residence and manor house museum. Built 1799 - 1803. The Kielland family's summer residence. Newly restored. Ledaal serves now as royal home and...



Steinkjerringa (the Stone Wife) or Mother Norway as it was originally called, is a sculpture in a scenic conservation area 3 km southwest of Synesvarde...


Lund Bygdemuseum og kulturbank

The community's very own museum. Numerous collections from handicrafts and industry, school and agriculture and so much more. Lund bygdemuseum and cult...


Skjævelands bridge

The bridge over the Figgjo river was completed in 1853, a combined stone arch and slab construction that is 100 metres long. The bridge formed part of...


Alexander Kielland (1849 - 1906)

Alexander Lange Kielland was born in Stavanger on the 18th of February 1849. He belonged to one of the oldest merchant families in Stavanger, and he grew up in one of the city's most wealthy homes.


Husmannsplassen Træe

This crofter's farm and cabin, sited on the Line farm, dates from around 1780. It was in use until just after 1900. In 1997 it was thoroughly restored....


Hike to Dalsnuten

Dalsnuten has an altitude of 324 m. A refreshing walk through easy terrain to the summit rewards you with a marvellous view. Parking at start of path....
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