Today Bærums Verk is a unique marketplace situated in the authentic surroundings of the historical ironworks that was the lifeblood of Bærum since the early 17th century.
Handelsstedet Bærums Verk has roughly 50 shops, artisans, workshops, galleries and eateries.
Verksgata, which consists of old houses for labourers from the 18th century, is open seven days a week all year round. Here you can find the artisan workshop of the smith, glass blowers, silversmiths, art galleries, eateries including pizza and pancakes, chocholate shop, delicatessen with local produce and other unique shops. The shopping mall in the old factory hosts a large selection of interior shops and chic clothes for the whole family.
Bærums Verk is a lovely place to visit for a day excursion and shopping. Walk along the river among the sculptures and the wooden houses, enjoy a good meal in one of the restaurants and cafes or visit the artisans in their atelier.
The beautiful sculpture park at Bærums Verk include 28 sculptures made by renowned Norwegian artists – a collection that expands with a new sculpture every year. Open 24/7 to the public.
Bærums Verk is siutuated along the pilgrim path and is a gateway for recreational routes in Bærum.
Easy access to Bærums Verk by direct bus 150 from Oslo city centre, or bus 210 from Sandvika. Public transport schedule: ruter.no
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Last updated: 11/28/2023
Source: Visit Greater Oslo