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Havlystparken is the name of the wonderful garden at Ramme.
The owner Petter Olsen has created a garden worthy of Shakespeares a midsummer night's dre...
The forest region Østmarka in eastern Oslo covers 256 km2.
Østmarka is different from the other forest around Oslo, mainly because of bedrock format...
From Vårlivarden, 386 m, you have a panorama in all directions, overlooking mixed woodlands and deciduous forest contrasting with open areas.
We arrange sleddog-trips at wintertime, where you can mush "your own" dog-team; 5 - 6 dogs.
Longer trips (expeditions) will take place up in the mount...
Stone church in the eastern part of Trondhe...
Gjøvik is home to one of Norway’s most exciting industrial adventures, which began as early as 1832. Mustad has manufactured a wide range of products through the years. By visiting Mustad’s exciting industrial museumyou will gain a fascinating insight into the production of these goods.
Vestfossen Kunstlabratorium is 2000 m² hall showing contemporary art of a high international quality. During the years people like Roy Lichtenstein, Ro...
Fossesholm Herregård is a splendid manor in Øvre Eiker. The manor was the main building for the Foss estate, which was unified in the 16th century. In...
Stone church from around...
Fjellparkstua is our reception where you check in, and also where you can come and get advice on what to do and see in our area. We are eager to help you make good memories to take back home!