At Sirdal Mountain Museum a collection of buildings and artefacts from Sirdal is presented, where the oldest building is from the 1770s.
The different buildings you can discover include a youth home, a school, a farmhouse and a hunting lodge. The hunting lodge was once owned by the Norwegian Thorvald Meyer Heiberg who purchased large areas of land in the areas of Sirdal, Setesdal and the Lyseheiene (moors). These land areas were then divided into hunting terrains that he let out to noblemen from the United Kingdom.
Inside the main building you can see movies from Sirdal or Lister.
In the course of the year, there are several interesting exhibitions as well as other events held at the museum.
Possibilities for larger groups including showing of movie, guiding around the different buildings as well as simple serving of food. Must be booked in advance.