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Ålesund

The Fisheries Museum

By the beautiful harbour in Ålesund you can find the landmark Holmbua. The warehouse from 1861 escaped the great Town Fire of 1904, and today it holds...

Ålesund

The Art Nouveau Town

Ålesund is today the town in Norway with most Art Nouveau buildings situated within a small geographical area. Take a walk through the town streets, a...

Ålesund

Stiftinga Sunnmøre Museum

Stiftinga Sunnmøre Museum is a foundation consisting of 12 museums from Sunnmøre. We offer something for everyone! You can walk between old wooden hou...

Ålesund

Aalesunds Museum

The town museum gives exciting insight into Ålesund's history through pictures and artefacts. Explore the exhibitions of the great town fire of 1904,...

Ålesund

The Medieval Age Museum

Experience the fascinating history of the Sunnmøre region at the Medieval Age Museum in Borgundkaupangen. The museum is built across parts of an excava...

Ålesund

The Town Park in Ålesund

The Town Park in Ålesund was built at the west side of Mount Aksla in 1885, by Ålesund municipality. A gardener planned the park after the design of ot...

Voss

Bordalsgjelet Gorge

Bordalsgjelet is a truly spectacular gorge. The purpose-built path there provides the opportunity to see the potholes and the gorge at close range.

Ålesund

Ålesund municipality

Ålesund is a bustling town, that is situated between mountians and ocean. The town is Norway's fisheries capital, and one of the world's largest export harbours for dried cod. Ålesund is renowned for its beautiful Art Nouveau buildings.

Fana

Horda Museum - Bergen City Museum

Folk museum focusing on the traditional industries like agriculture, fishing, arts and crafts. Permanent and changing exhibitions.

Bergen

Haakon's Hall - Bergen City Museum

Håkon’s Hall was built between 1247 and 1261 by Håkon Håkonsson. It was the largest and most imposing building of the royal residency in the 13th-century when Bergen was the political centre of Norway.
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