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Sandefjord

Chapel at the harbour

Opened in the spring of 2004, the Chapel at the harbour is probably Europe's only floating church. In this atmospheric chapel everyone is welcome to pa...

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Galleri Flood

Visit a exciting gallery at the outermost tip of Vesterøya (Folehavna). The owner is Maja Flood - a potter and her workshop is in the gallery. Several renowned artists are represented within differing forms and formats.

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Churches

Sandefjord Church and Sandar Church are in the town centre. In addition we have three modern church buildings east, west and south of the town centre....

Sandefjord

Folehavna Fort

Coastal paths in Vesterøya offers 25 km marked trails for walkers. The labeling has come about through voluntary agreements with landowners.

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Sandefjord Art Association

The Art Association of Sandefjord aims to promote visual arts through exhibitions of both Norwegian and international artists, as well as of promising amateurs.

Sandefjord

Stallen Frames & Art Gallery

Art gallery and exhibitions of Norwegian and international contemporary art, in Kongensgt. 12, close to the "Byparken".

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Engine Museum

Gokstad Kystlag is home to the Engine Museum, a private museum built up by local enthusiasts. The museum contains over 70 boat engines, which are all associated with the cultural history of the Norwegian coast, and a complete workshop with belt drives placed into their correct historical environment.

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Sandefjord Church

Sandefjord church is locaded right in the midle of the town centre and is well known for its music program. The original church was a small white chur...

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Sandar Church

The present Sandar Church was built on the ruins of a middle-age church in stone from the 13th century. The new church was erected in 1792 in teh style of Louis XV. Originally the church had a half-circle dome instead of a spire, but this was changed in 1868 to the spire we know today.
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