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Sandefjord

Engine Museum

Gokstad Kystlag is home to the Engine Museum, a private museum built up by local enthusiasts. The museum contains over 70 boat engines, which are all associated with the cultural history of the Norwegian coast, and a complete workshop with belt drives placed into their correct historical environment.

Sandefjord

Midtåsen

The beautiful former home of shipping magnate and philanthropist Anders Jahre is now owned by the municipality of Sandefjord. The house, which sits in 15 acres of grounds (Midtåsen), was built in the 1930s and designed by renowned Norwegian architect Arnstein Arneberg.

Sandefjord

The Yxney and coastal path at Østerøya

The coastal path at Østerøya offers 20 km marked trails for walkers. The trail is marked from the throw at the head of Mefjorden and from Røyseløkka.

Sandefjord

Midtåsen Sculpture park

A sculpture park at Midtåsen featuring a selection of the works of Knut Steen in marble and bronze. The sculptures are placed within their own pavilion in the midst of beautiful natural surroundings.

Sandefjord

Bank Museum

From gold money to cash machine cards. The museum houses a collection of more than 2,500 objects and pictures from 1860 - 2010. Enjoy a walk through living history with our knowledgeable guide.

Sandefjord

Jotun Museum

Jotun's rich history are both interesting, exciting, funny and tragic. At the Jotun museum in Sandefjord, you get a unique insight into almost 90 years of company history.

Sandefjord

Folehavna Fort

Coastal paths in Vesterøya offers 25 km marked trails for walkers. The labeling has come about through voluntary agreements with landowners.

Sandefjord

Bugårdsparken

Bugårdsparken is Sandefjord's main facility for sport - and unique in Norwegian standards.You can play tennis, badminton, football and handball and go for a swim in the swimminghall. Or just for a walk around the lake, Bugårdsdammen.  The park also provides good opportunities for jogging.
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