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Activities for children all summer.For more info:www.vestagdermuseet.no
Hamresanden is a 3 km long sandy beach with a buzzy life in the summerseason and a lot of sand. The area is often used for windsurfing, swimming, diving and strolls in the water's edge.
School museum, with a collection of agricultural tools. Open by appointment.
Narrow gauge museum railway (1067 mm) with steam engines and carriages more than a hundred years old still in use.
An authentic lumber slide and a part of of history. Now restored and protected, it is the only surviving example in the whole of Norway.
Østre Randøya (previously Randøya Fort) is a magnificent recreation area with smooth rocks ideal for sunbathing, a sheltered bay and excellent paths for walking.
Wooden church from 1830. Altarpiece in renaissance style dated 1638, brass candlesticks on the altar from around 1650, and many other artefacts from around 1750. Open by appointment.
Probably Vennesla's oldest dwelling, dating back to the 1600's. It was here that the local lumbering industry began. Renovated forge. The River Museum and traditional kitchen. Exhitibion of artefacts linked to Bommen and the river. Café.
A national centre for the preservation of historic ships built of steel - both a living engineering workshop and a museum. Take part on a fascinating exploration under and over, inside and outside the old ships and listen to accounts of the work in progress.
Telemarksvegen (RV 41) from Kristiansand alongroad 41 to Morgedal is quite an experience.