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Southern Norway Kristiansand Lillesand

Lillesand Town Hall

  • Østregt. 2, Lillesand
  • 37 26 15 00
  •  /  km From You
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Building from 1734, received Europa Nostra prize for successful restoration.

Lillesand Town Hall is originally the house of Christen the Merchant, it was built in 1734 and renovated at the beginning of the nineteenth century. Bought to be used as the Town Hall by Lillesand Municipality in 1948. Burnt down in 1976. Restored and awarded the international Europa Nostra prize for good restoration.


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  • Source: Visit Kristiansand

General

Accessibility
  • Access for wheelchairs
  • Adapted for disabled
  • Guide dogs are welcome
  • Handicap friendly
  • Toilet for disabled persons
Discount
  • Discount with the Oslo Pass
  • Free with Oslo Pass
Season
  • All year
  • Summer

Outdoor Activities

Activities
  • Guided trips
  • Guiding
  • Hiking

Plan Your Trip

Getting here
  • Parking
Services
  • WiFi

Taste Norway

Norwegian cuisine
  • Norwegian cuisine
Pubs & Bars
  • Entertainment
Restaurant & café
  • Fully licenced
  • Lunch
  • Outdoors

Things To Do

Shopping
  • Grocery store
Facility Info
  • Banquet Capacity 180
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