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The Norwegian Mountain Museum is a natural stop for anyone with an interest in or feeling for the Norwegian mountains. The museum displays the interaction between people and the mountain landscape from the retreat of the ice age until the present day.
Bø I Telemark
Gygrestolen is a unique rock formation and a well-known landmark around Bø. The trail up to it is steep and difficult with an altitude difference of...
NOK 1 200,-
per 4-bedded cabin per night
Savalen Horse Center has its located at Savalen. They organizing in all of North Østerdal. The main goal is to offer cultural and historical quality e...
Hundsund Bath has two pools, one of 25 x 12.5 m and one of 12.5 x 10 m. The smallest pool is 34 degrees. The large pool is 28 degrees in the water and...
This is a great path for families, it is well marked and have interesting tourist information about history and surroundings. Experience the summer coa...
The farm features Norwegian farm animals – both small and large – and a genuine fox! In total 23 different species, including deers. Be prepared for a close encounter with the animals.
Rockheim is Norway’s national museum of pop and rock music. Since the museum’s opening in 2010 there has been a steady stream of visitors eager to lear...
Åmodtdammen is a nice place to swin in Rælingen. To get there you must drive to Løvenstad, and then go from there. The road up to the lake is wide a...
Welcome to Seljord
A treasure chest filled with culture
Beautiful Seljord in Upper-Telemark is a treasure chest just waiting to be opened. Visitors will find wild flowers growing on grass covered roofs, and children who still sing the songs their great-grandfathers sang. Did you know that “The Three Billy Goats Gruff” was the first written down by two Norwegians named Asbjørnsen and Moe? They travelled often to Anne Golid’s cabin in Seljord to hear her stories, which they included in their folk tale collections that are known around the world. The Reverend Magnus Brostrup Landstand, and Miss Olea Crøger hiked through the mountains and forests of Seljord collecting folk songs that we still hear today in Norwegian churches and in Norway’s thriving folk music movement.