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Øyslebø

Marnardal Museum and Mjålandsstova

The museum has a wonderful location at Høgtun Kultursenter in the village of Øyslebø.

Åseral

Sosteli

Settlement from the Age of Migration (approx. 350-550 AD). Here there are traces of houses, burial mounds, charcoal pits and piles of stones cleared fr...

Åseral

Åknes chapel

The chapel dates from 1873, and is set in beautiful surroundings by Lake Lognavatn. This chapel is famous for the unusual colours of its furnishings a...

Farsund

Farsund City History

There is so much history in the city of Farsund in Southern Norway, but it is all within easy reach. You can take a walk and experience it for yourself. Plaques are fastened to various places around the city that give you some information on that particular piece of history. Maps are available at the Farsund Tourist Office.

Feda

Bøkkerbua Traditional Wooden Barrel Making

Situated by the river at Feda. Experience the old tradition of barrel making. Various sized barrels available for sale. Bathing area suitable for children nearby.

Borhaug

Lista Lighthouse & Information centre

The 34 meter tall stone tower was lit for the first time on the 10th of November 1836. Follow the 134 steps to the top and enjoy the fantastic view of...

LINDESNES

Bergstølsaga

Old sawmill with water channel from 1870.

Vanse

Nordberg Fort

Come and visit one of the few Coastal Forts built by the Germans in World War 2, that is preserved in its original form.

Risør

Risør Seilskuteklubb

The Risør Sailing Ship club has a large collection of monumental items and a picture gallery from Risør's sailing history. The exhibition is located in the  Risør City Hall.

Kvinlog

Salmeli Farm

Furthest north in Kvinesdal and bordering the mountains at about 550m above sea level, lays Salmeli farm. The farm's history dates back to the 1300s, perhaps even longer.
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