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Klokkertunet visitor farm

Meet the animals and learn about life on a farm!
The family-run farm Klokkertunet in Brandval has many animals and a great playground. In other words, the whole family can enjoy themselves!

Klokkertunet is a visitor farm where the animals meet kind people who come by. Here you can say hello and good day to chickens, ducks, sheep, goats, bees, cows and many more. If you are calm and quiet, the animals will feel safe with you and maybe you will get a close-up experience.

Activities at Klokkertunet Besøksgård
At Klokkertunet there is something going on for the adults and a lot for the children, there is never a dull moment with time for running and fun, but also calm. All the activities take place in a safe and organized setting, so that both animals and people get close and good experiences.
• Jump in the hay
• Carpentry
• Fishing
• Nature trail
• Large sandbox
• Dollhouse
• Remember/dump
• Crying ass
• Football court

A short distance away you will find Skarstad Gartneri, which offers a good meal.

Opening hours and prices
Klokkertunet is a visitor farm where different groups, schools, kindergartens can arrange visits throughout the year. Get in touch for more information and ordering.

You can also attend open events and "drop in" visits in the summer, before Christmas and Easter, as well as on other individual occasions where we open the farm to anyone who wants to come.
• See open days and events

Private banqueting and functions at Klokkertunet
Add your next gathering or celebration to Klokkertunet and give the day that little something extra. The farm is well suited for...
• Children's birthday with activities for up to 30 children.
• Company and celebration for up to 50 people.
• Weddings with up to 50 guests.
• Professional meetings​​​​​​.

Read more about celebrations and meetings at Klokkertunet

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Source: Visit Innlandet


Klokkertunet visitor farm

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