Experience Levanger's history, historic buildings and places. Several historic buildings, mainly dating from the 19th century, are accessible to visitors. Among other things:
From 1803 to 1883, this was the official farm for sheriffs Bardo Westrum, Ole Bernt Lynum and Oluf Lynum. Brusve also had a significant farming operation. In the census of 1835, no less than 11 servants are listed as living on the farm. The traditional farmhouse and storehouse remain. The election of delegates from the county to the Eidsvold meeting where the Norwegian Constitution was signed in 1814 took place at Brusve.
(Steam boat wharf) This is an important building to shed light on the development of Levanger from a marketplace to a modern city, with close proximity to the sea with trade and industry in the past and present. The Dampskipsbrygga - or the Innherredbrygga which has been used as name of the seaside building and wharf - was one of the first buildings in Levanger rebuilt after the city fire of 1897 and is now fully restored. From the Dampskipsbrygga you can look out at the sound, which from time immemorial has been the lifeblood of the city.