The Fjordheim exhibition and playroom features glaciers, rivers, and rocks in the shape of amusing creatures. Most of all, this is an activity room where you can research, play, wonder and maybe learn something new. Here we try to let nature itself tell the story.
We want to play a part in giving children and young people the best possible basis for looking after the World Heritage assets in the future and seek to do this by involving them in various projects, and by offering excellent toolboxes to local nurseries and schools to facilitate learning about our nature and culture.
The Fjordheim children’s project makes use of humour, imagination, and facts. The kids get to meet Georgie Gneiss, introducing his rock mates, Gloria Glimmer, Mother Mantel, Peggy Plastic and all the other creatures of the Fjordheim universe. Each of them has an exciting story to tell about the formation of the landscape, the threats to nature, and how nature can be protected.
We use the Fjordheim concept in exhibitions, educational programmes, stage plays, game designs and activities. The possibilities are limited only by our imagination.