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The wood-fired D/S Bjoren, constructed in 1867, is a floating cultural monument. The ship was in regular service between 1867 and 1957, and now sails on the lake Byglandsfjord every Sunday in July. This is a two-hour round trip, starting in Byglandsfjord and Bygland, respectively.
Contact Revsnes Hotel for information about departure times. In addition to the regular round trips, special arrangements are available for groups of up to 55 persons.
The Setesdal Museum in Rysstad is a journey through the culture, history and traditions of Setesdal. Themes include the local way of life in the decades leading up to and after the year 1900 and the hydropower development in Setesdal, which has provided the basis for progress in the valley over the past century.
Mannequin tableaux, with supplementary information and an abundance of pictures, help bring the past back to life.
Do not miss the film "A different Setesdal" which shows that the locals were not only concerned with the past.
Rygnestadtunet is an original farm compound from the 16th century.The old farm is located in beautiful surroundings about 9 kilometres north of Valle. The farm comprises buildings, arts and handicraft which once belonged to Åsmund Torleivson Rygnestad, known as "Evil Åsmund".
A vist to the old building Rygnestadloftet is recommended.
The museum is built around a reconstructed melting facility and shows how coal and iron were extracted in the early Middle Ages. The museum has no written information, but by means of sound, light, smoke and scent, the visitor will be taken on a journey 1,000 years back in time. "The Viking" will tell you his story - not only in Norwegian, but also in English, German and Dutch.