Sponsored: UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Norway
Discover one of Norway's most visited fjords. Take a cruise on the stunning Nærøyfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Trains and railways appeal to both young and old, and at the Norwegian Railway Museum at Hamar you can learn more about Norway's railway history.
The Geirangerfjord, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, offers dramatic scenery, with wild and beautiful nature easily enjoyable from deck.
Experience the best preserved Viking ships in the world up close and personal, and find out more about the Vikings' way of life - and death.
Vest-Agder Museum: Cultural heritage museums in Southern Norway. The museum union includes eight museums, located close to each other in the south.
Kilden Performing Arts Centre is located on the waterfront in Kristiansand. Kilden is a monumental landmark building for the arts in Southern Norway.
See the most significant works of Edvard Munch and the highlights of Norwegian Art alongside the works of major international artist and sculptors.
Visit the Kon-Tiki Museum in Oslo and learn more about one of the greatest sea voyages in recorded history, across 2600 miles of open ocean.
Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway’s southernmost point. Spend a few hours or stay several days. The weather, water and nature are all breathtaking.
Set in the area that inspired some of Knut Hamsun's most renowned books, the Hamsun Centre offers both impressive views and cultural experiences.