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Coastal museum in Sogn og Fjordane

"Kystmuseet i Sogn og Fjordane" in Florø is the district museum for the coastal area of Sogn og Fjordane county. Located on a lovely spacious coastal...


Lund Bygdemuseum og kulturbank

The community's very own museum. Numerous collections from handicrafts and industry, school and agriculture and so much more. Lund bygdemuseum and cult...



Glasskjellaren is a combined workshop, showroom and shop located on a beautiful farm in the small village of Bjørheimsbygd near Tau and The National To...



The Garborg Centre is an arena where you encounter author couple Arne and Hulda Garborg. Through interactive stations you will get to know their work,...


Café Nais

Café nais holds visiting sales exhibitions throughout the year. these exhibitions consist of paintings, jewellery and ceramics. Café nais can be rente...


Høyanger Industry Museum

The Høyanger Industry Museum is located in the centre of Høyanger....


The Romsdal Museum in Molde

One of the largest and most comprehensive folk museums in Norway is located only a 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of Molde town. The Romsdal Museum...


The Clothing Factory Museum in Isfjorden

Clothing factory which was operative from 1938 to 1982, and displays an authentic 1960s working and living environment....


The Juice House - museum, Sørheim / Luster

In 1909, Kari and Nils H. Lerum started juice-production at Sørheim, between Skjolden and Urnes. They built a small factory, the so called «Safthuset» (the juice house), and started production on an industrial scale. Lerum is today Norway's leading jam and juice producing company.

Vik i Sogn

Kristianhus Båt- og Motormuseum

Kristianhus båt- og motormuseum is the life's work of Kristian Otterskred. Since 1976, he has collected around 200 ship motors, most of them norwegian made. The museum shows the technological development in motor building from about 1905 to 1960 and the diversity of motor manufacturers along the Norwegian coast. In the same building, Vik Tourist Information can be found.
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