At the museums in Kristiansand you may experience a journey back in time with a steam train, admire the second largest cannon in the world and stroll between four hundred year old building in the open air museum.
Look forward to several days of fun in Norway's most visited attraction for families with children. Kristiansand Dyrepark - the zoo and amusement park - offers you both typical Norwegian and exotic animals, exiting pirate adventures, farm life, actor performances and a large water park.
Kristiansand Zoo - Dyreparken - is the most visited attraction for families with children in Norway. Explore…More
Abra Havn is a pirate town based hotel where you can spend the night. In 2017 Abra Havn was voted the 6th best…More
Badelandet is a large water park beside Kristiansand Zoo. Large indoor and outdoor swimming pool complex with…More
If you appreciate homemade burgers, fantastic nature and magical concerts in the summer, Ravnedalen is the…More
Along the "Strandpromenaden" and near by the city center of Kristiansand is Bystranda.More
Walking, jogging or a cross-country skiing trip. There's always something to do at Baneheia all year round.More
Join the MS Bragdøya on an island hopping excursion to the Kristiansand archipelago. The boat stops at several…More
On this lovely trip with M/B Høllen we recommend a stop at Ny-Hellesund – let the skipper know you want…More
M/B Øya is one of the few remaining ferry boats which are still in a regular route during the summer. The trip…More
M/B Øya is one of the few remaining ferry boats which are still in a regular route during the summer. The trip…