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The Geopark

The Troll oil and gas field is reconstructed in an authentic and colourful landscape, that can be used for activities such as skating, climbing, sand...

Stavanger

Alexander Kielland (1849 - 1906)

Alexander Lange Kielland was born in Stavanger on the 18th of February 1849. He belonged to one of the oldest merchant families in Stavanger, and he grew up in one of the city's most wealthy homes.

Stavanger

Breidablikk

The best-preserved mansion house in the country, dating from the 1880s and with authentic interior. Collection of paintings including works by Kitty...

Stavanger

Stavanger Cathedral

According to tradition the cathedral was built in the year 1125, after Sigurd Jorsalfarer named Stavanger as a cathedral city. Bishop Reinald of Winche...

Stavanger

Ledaal

Royal residence and manor house museum. Built 1799 - 1803. The Kielland family's summer residence. Newly restored. Ledaal serves now as royal home and...

Stavanger

Stavanger Maritime Museum

Demonstrates the development of shipping, commerce and shipbuilding over the last 200 years. Sail loft, shipping company office, general store and merc...

Stavanger

Flor & Fjære

Embark on a journey to an enchanting island with exotic gardens, for an experience that that will delight your senses.

Stavanger

Norwegian Printing Museum

A museum dedicated to the printing process, with demonstrations of old printing technics and guided tours. Activities for children. Sale of coffee in...

Stavanger

Øvre Holmegate - The colourful street

A colourful street in the centre of Stavanger where all buildings have been painted in fresh colours. This is perhaps the most colourful street in all...

Stavanger

Hafrsfjord

Hafrsfjord is situated north at Jæren and is 9 km long and leading to the airport. The depth of the fjord varies from 3,5 m to 60 m which means that la...
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