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Frue kulturkirke

Wednesday concerts in Frue church (Hetland kirke) stated the Spring 2013 and has since then been a weekly concert offer.  The target for the concerts...

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Stand Up aLive 2015

The Comedy Box is proud to announce that we will do Stand Up aLive again in 2015! Saturday 26th September is the day that Stavanger Concert House will...

Stavanger

Iron Age Farm

The Iron Age Farm at Ullandhaug is a a reconstructed farmstead from the Migration Periode (350-550 AD). The farm is located around three kilometres fro...

Stavanger

Norsk barnemuseum

Welcome to Norwegian Children's Museum! A really cool museum with activities and things to do for children of all ages!  The Norwegian Children’s Muse...

Stavanger

Department of Cultural history - Stavanger Museum

The Department of Cultural History is responsible for documenting Rogaland's general cultural history, with emphasis on the history of the city of Sta...

Stavanger

Stavanger Museum Natural History

Zoological department is located in Muségt. 16. Here you can see birds and different animals from Norway and abroad. Several changing exhibitions all...

Stavanger

Museum of Archaeology in Stavanger

The Museum of Archaeology is sited in beautiful and central locations in Stavanger. Our exhibitions and other activities provide knowledge and understa...

Stavanger

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

"The Triple Tour", Preikestolen - Kjerag - Flørli

1st day - PULPIT ROCK: - Embarking Port of Stavanger in the morning - 2-3 hours sailing cruise in the Fjords - 1,5-2 hours (each way) guided mountain...

Stavanger

The wharf houses of Stavanger

Along the harbour of Stavanger there are around 60 maritime buildings. They were built at the end of the 18th century and early 19th century, previou...
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