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The Prøysen Cottage and Cotter's Farm was Prøysen's childhood home. The Prøysen Cottage dates back to the 1860s, and has been restored in recent years....
Original uniforms and items dating back more than 350 years.
Models and documents about Norwegian Customs and the history of import and export to and...
The Botanical Garden is a green oasis in the city - a place to relax and to enjoy the botanical variety and diversity. Most of the area is designed as...
Fram is the strongest wooden ship ever built and still holds the records for sailing farthest north and farthest south.
At the Fram Museum you can co...
The Viking Ship Museum presents Viking ship discoveries from Gokstad, Oseberg and Tune as well as other finds from Viking tombs around the Oslo Fjord....
The cathedral in the woods. Stone church built in 1972. Architect Arnstein Arneberg. The altar piece is an 8 x 4 m huge tapestry by Else-Marie Jakobse...
Vestfold's only catholic church, 22 Botnegaten. Brick church from 1958.
High mass Sundays 11 am....
Arctic dogsled-expedition in the polar-night.
Aurora, full-moon, or storm and darkness. Fantastic experiences are waiting for you and your dog-team in the arctic wilderness.
We pick you up at your accommodation, and equip you with headlight, and warm clothing, before we drive out in the majestic Adventvalley, to meet our friendly dogs, and very often also puppy’s, who loves the attention.
Our experienced guides show how to put together and dog-team, and 2 and 2 guests working together put up their own dog-team of 6 eager and enthusiastic huskies.
The guide will carry the necessary protection against possible polar-bears, and lots of local knowledge to share. The route may vary depending on weather. This is a thrilling experience in the darkness of polar-night.
The trip is about 4 hours, and is suitable for all with normal good health.