Within the idyllic setting of Slettebø, the district judge Christian Feyer built his country estate and farm in the 1850s. Since those days, numerous buildings have been built or brought to this site; a school, an outbuilding from the region, and barracks from WWII. The large collection of artefacts from Dalane region is here on display, conveying an intriguing insight into the everyday-life during the 18th and early 19th century. There is a large number of cultural historical treasures, such as cast iron stoves, handicraft tools, products and tools from e.g. the blacksmith, cooper, comb maker, watch maker and turner, as well as a collection of agricultural tools. We recommend visiting the school, fire station and chandlery, as well as the exhibition on WWII. With its large variety, the museum offers something to suit the taste of every visitor.
Guided tours continuously during the day. Open daily from the middle of June until middle of August, at other times upon appointment. The garden is suitable for picnics. Refreshments served. Follow the signs from Rd 42.