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Beitstad

Fargetuva, Accommodation

Nature Therpay - Activity Park Fargetuva have seven beds divided between three colourful rooms on the 1st floor, with access to shared kitchen and bat...

Levanger

City Museum in Levanger

Experience Levanger's history, historic buildings and places. Several historic buildings, mmainly dating from the 19th century, are accessible to visit...

Steinkjer

Egge museum

The Egge area is today managed by Egge Museum, part of Stiklestad National Culture Centre AS. The museum manages over 800 acres of rich cultural herit...

Ytterøy

Ytterøy Open Air museum

Ytterøya is rightly called the pearl of the Trondheimsfjord. Ytterøya has a beauftiful rolling culture landscape characterised by long periods of huma...

Ekne

Falstadsenteret, museum

The Falstad Centre in Levanger is the Norwegian Memorial and Human Rights Centre. There is a permanent museum exhibition, as well as temporary exhibit...

Steinkjer

Bølareinen Nature Park

Bølareinen is one of the most famous rock carvings in Norway. It is part of a larger carving, where in addition to Bølareinen, you will see a bear, a...

Steinkjer

Egge museum

The area of Egge is a large and unique area, rich in history and other cultural relics. The area of Egge is today administered by Egge museum, which has an open-air museum on the site, consisting of a complete 1800s decorated farm complex.

Beitstad

Fargetuva, Activities

Nature Therapy - Activity Park FARGETUVA a place for "peace of mind". In the 10-acre garden, with gradual transition to the outlying areas, you...

Inderøy

The Golden Road

The Golden Road – in the heart of Trøndelag "The Golden Road" goes through beautiful landscape in the peninsula Inderoy in North-Trøndelag. The pa...

Steinkjer

Toldnes

In Toldnes, you can find one of the largest collections of burial mounds from the Bronze Age, about 40 in number. Many of these have a considerable...
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