The Eidsfoss Ironwork highlight the history of this ironworks community and contain various products from industrial activity in Eidsfoss.
The owners of Eidsfoss Ironworks converted the business from a producer of raw material to a foundry based on scrap metal. Now new products, spanning everything from small kitchen equipment (such as pots, pans and baking irons) to railway carriages are produced there. The ironworks used to be most well known for its cast-iron oven production, which stopped in the 1960s.
The buildings in Eidsfoss form a unique cultural historical backdrop, which includes Bråtagata, Gata and Hauane, together with the ironworks area comprising the power station and Eidsfos Manor House.
Last updated: 01/02/2024
Source: Visit Vestfold