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Attractions & Culture in Arendal
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Kalvøysund fort was a German coastal fort on the island Flostaøya east of Arendal, built during WW2. Today this is a popular recreational area.
Southern Norway's largest location for contemporary art. Changing exhibitions and a permanent art collection with works by Norway's leading artists.
The Merdø museum is a small coastal farm kept as it was in about 1800. Beautiful surroundings on the island makes this a popular summer holiday spot.
1888 the third Trinity church of Arendal was completed. With its 87 meter high church tower it was a landmark in town.
Aust-Agder trekking association has information about hiking in the hills and mountains. Cabins and a lighthouse are both available for accommodation.
Eydehavn museum tells the story of the modern industrial place Eydehavn from the beginning in 1913 and up until the present day.
Arendal churchyard is beautiful, built in terraces with many granite walls and family mausoleums surrounded by intricate wrought iron fences.
Norway's tallest wooden house is located in Arendal. Built as a private residence between 1812-15, it is today a national heirloom.
Tromøy church outside of Arendal was originally a Romansque stone church built around 1150, and reconstructed to a cruciform church between 1748-1758.
The scenic island of Tromlingene is a beautiful example of coastal vegetation and wildlife just within close vicinity of Arendal town.