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Biri

Biri church

Dating back to 1777, Biri church is a timber building with an area of 500 square metres with seating for 450 people. The church regularly performs we...

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Skibladnerhuset

The building Skibladnerhuset is a landmark in Gjøvik with its unique construction style using glass and glulam. The building was designed by the archit...

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Eiktunet kulturhistoriske museum

Eiktunet museum is the open air museum of local history in Gjøvik. It is situated on the hillside with magnificent view of the lake Mjøsa and the sorro...

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Gjøvik gård

Gjøvik Gård is and old estate in the middle of the city center. On the estate you find builidings from the last three hundred years. Gjøvik Gård was the property of Casper Kauffeldt - founder of the town Gjøvik by National conscription officer Alf Mjøen.

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DS Skibladner

"Skibladner" is the pride of inland Norway. Dating back to 1856, she is the world's oldest paddle steamer still in scheduled service. Every summer, she travels the vast of lake Mjøsa, and this venerable old lady is a welcome sight for people in the villages and towns around Mjøsa.

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Sculpture stop: "Gripping"

Artist Richard Deacon has created an amalgamation of his impressions from Gjøvik in the form of a five-metre high sculpture in sand cast aluminium. Gr...

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Østbyhøgda

Østbyhøgda is an area located south of Gjøvik along the road "Vestre Totenveg", the picture above is taken at  a sightseeing spot called "Utsikten"...

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Bergstoppen

You don’t have to travel far from Gjøvik to find miles of child-friendly hiking trails. Bergstoppen is around 435 metres above sea level and boasts fa...

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Gjøvik Glassverk

Experience the traditional craft of glassblowing. At our premises located in the Holmen Brenneri in central Gjøvik you can experience a traditional craft, performed by the most skilful glass blowers in Norway. All our products are produced at our glass hut.
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