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Bygland Museum is an open-air museum with old farm buildings from the 17th century and onwards. The large house "Årestoge" from 1650, gives a glimpse into the Middle Ages, and in the middle of the floor lies the "åre", the fireplace that gave the house type its name. The museum does not have guides, but the doors are open during the season and admission is free.
The museum is situated idyllically by the fjord, right next to the Bygland tourist information and the cultural café Stoga, Bjoren pier with outdoor seating, and a beautiful sandy beach. It is a suitable place to stop for a break along the way. Bygland Museum is also the starting point for tours with the steamboat "Bjoren".