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Egge Museum during "LAnskytterstevnet"

Experience delightful days at Egge Museum during "Lanskytterstevenet" (National Shooting Competition)! Here, children can meet a variety of animals, explore a complete 19th-century farmstead, and view burial mounds from the Iron Age and Viking Age. In the museum's "Bygata" (city street), there is a special shop where children can don an apron and try their hand at being shopkeepers the old way. The café features a cosy play corner under the stairs, and in the TRACTOR exhibition, children can ride around on wonderful pedal tractors. The museum boasts the largest collection of agricultural equipment north of Dovre, sure to captivate the youngest visitors.

Here are Egge Museum’s opening hours and offerings to the public during the National Shooting Competition:

19th July: open 11am-3pm

20th-25th July: open 11am-6pm (including Monday, when it is usually closed)

26th-28th July: open 11am-3pm

Summer season: 16th June – 4th August, Tuesday-Sunday, 11am-3pm

22nd - 25th July: Children's Days

11:00am: Step back in time. All children (with parents) can join in old-fashioned chores on the farm.

12:00pm: Feeding the animals

12:30pm-4:00pm: Children's activities in the stable

Every day:

Small National Shooting Competition exhibition in the café

New exhibition on archaeological findings in the Egge area (physical artefacts can be seen at HEIM in the cultural centre)

Permanent exhibitions "TRACTOR" and "Steinkjer - Portraits of a Town", open houses, animals in the yard, open kiosk and café, play areas.

Last Updated: 06/07/2024

Source: Innherred Reiseliv

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