The Iron Age Farm at Ullandhaug is a a reconstructed farmstead from the Migration Periode (350-550 AD). The farm is located around three kilometres from the Stavanger city centre, with a magnificent view of the Northern Jæren region and Hafrsfjord.
The farm is as the only farm of its kind in Norway, reconstructed on the original archaeological site. The three houses have equipment and domestic utensils, and there is a fire burning on the original fireplaces. On the Iron Age Farm, you are greeted by the mistress and and the people on the farm.
You are welcome as a guest to the Iron Age farm. The fire is burning on the fireplace, and if you are lucky you get a taste of food cooked on the fireplace. It is a strange feeling to sit around the fireplace in the same manner as perhaps a family did 1500 years ago.
The Iron Age Farm is open every Sunday from the end of May and to September. Open every day from mid June to mid August.