Sandefjord boasts miles of coastline, as well as a rich historical heritage. Vikings have left their mark here, as has the whaling industry.
Scandinavia's largest climbing park! Fun activypark for the whole family in the beautiful valley Lågendalen.…More
Rent a Fuji Bike If there are avaible bikes, there is the possibility to rent a bike (minimum 2 bikes). Our…More
The kitchen serves wonderful dishes. Food by season and availability. The Restaurant offer from 4 to 7 course…More
The Whaling Museum is temporarily closed, but will be open in the zoological department in periods. The museum…More
Art for all in the world and 6 amazing international artists have made Sandefjord a much more colorful city,…More
Tone was born and raised in Oslo and has drawn since she was quite young. As an artist, she is keen to keep a…More
Welcome to Midtåsen Café in beautiful surroundings at Midtåsen. The café opens for the season 1st of June…More
TukTukThai Sandefjord. Restaurant & take away in "The little house" from 1820. Intimate & charming premises in…More
Kleppan Gård is an authentic ecological dairy farm for the entire family. Here you can cuddle the animals and…More
Via Ferrata Tjøme Only 30 minutes from Tønsberg and 2 hours from Oslo, you will find Vestfolds and Oslofjord's…More
It was in 1889 that Edvard Munch (1863-1944) spent the first of many summers in Åsgårdstrand. In 1898 he…More
Welcome to Gallery Brown, in the little red house by Kurbadet. Rita Lysebo Egren is ceramic designer and Unn…More
Among beautiful white villas above Scandic Park Hotel in Sandefjord you will find Gallery M. Downstairs in her…More
This vintage aircraft, DC 3 Dakota, built in 1942 makes regular scenic flights above the local coastline…More
Did you know for example that the spray is a Norwegian invention? At the museum you can see the prototype of…More
Unique area Lystlunden Park is Horten municipality's largest park and sports facility. The park has a unique…More
Preus Museum offers visitors many exciting experiences within the expanded field of photography: from the…More
Rock Carvings and Stone Formations At Haugen farm at Jåberg there are rock carvings dating back to 1500-500 BC…More
Guided tours for groups, historical walks and sightseeing by boat and bus in Stavern, Brunlanes and Larvik.More
Stokke Bygdetun is a living village museum with activities throughout the year. Stokke Bygdetun offers guided…More
The summer gallery exhibits mainly paintings by Sigrid Starheim Huseby. If the weather permits, most of the…More
The famous Gokstad Viking longship was excavated in 1880 and gave a reliable picture of what a Viking longship…More
Sandefjord is full of buildings and details in Art Nouveau, and you will be able to experience many beautiful…More
Visit a exciting gallery at the outermost tip of Vesterøya (Folehavna). The owner is Maja Flood - a potter and…More
Karljohansvern is a national fortification in Horten, on the western shore of the Oslofjord, a good hour's…More
Larvik Museum is the historically rich and exciting town museum in Larvik. Larvik Museum is the town museum in…More
Stone church from the Middle Ages Løvøy Chapel is beautifully located on the idyllic Løvøya in Horten,…More
A sculpture park at Midtåsen featuring a selection of the works of Knut Steen in marble and bronze. The…More
The Art Association of Sandefjord aims to promote visual arts through exhibitions of both Norwegian and…More
The Norwegian State Railways stops in Sandefjord on its way between Oslo and Skien. The train takes a little less than two hours from Sandefjord to Oslo.
There are several daily departures by express bus between Oslo and Sandefjord. The journey takes about two hours.
The ferry lines Color Line and Fjord Line link Sandefjord with Strömstad in Sweden. There are several departures daily, and travel time is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
Sandefjord is located 120 kilometres south of Oslo by road.
If you go by car from Oslo, follow the main road E18 to Sandefjord.
There are several domestic and international flights to and from Torp Sandefjord Airport.
The airport is located 7 kilometres northeast of Sandefjord. From there you can go by both train and bus to Sandefjord and Oslo.
There is no need to wait until you’re here to find out what you’d like to do.