Hamar Sagbladfabrikk, one of the leading cultural venues in inland Norway, is very popular for concerts, weddings, company functions, Christmas parties and other events. This old saw blade factory has a floor space of 1,000 square metres on two floors, and it is full of history and character! The first floor seats up to 350 people, and there is room for 900 during concerts. It also houses a gallery, where exhibitions showing the works of several of Norway’s foremost artists are regularly held, in addition to a permanent exhibition containing approximately 50 oil paintings by Nicolai Astrup Geelmuyden. On Sundays, there is a café in the old engine room. The premises are within walking distance of Lake Mjøsa and the cathedral promontory, Domkirkeodden.