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Cultural and tasteful adventures north of Oslo

Staur Farm in Stange

Beautifully situated by Lake Mjøsa and surrounded by 250 acres of spectacular farmland, Staur Guest farm is the ideal venue for all kinds of events. 

 

Atlungstad Distillery

Atlungstad Distilleryis one of four remaining distilleries in Norway, and the only historical distillery still in operation. We get a taste of their aquavit.  

 

RIB Safari

This is a fast-paced adventure on the water. You will come back with a smile of satisfaction and a smile of joy on this adventure at the lake Mjösa. The boats are very sturdy and stable and can be used in all sorts of weather. 

 

The Munch Center

The exhibitions at the Munch Center at Klevfos focus on the young Edvard Munch and the visits he made to the Hedmark area after his family moved to Oslo. It also focuses on his childhood work. Among other things, you can read the correspondence between the Munch family and their good friends at Ådalsbruk, and you can try your hand at painting skin tones, like Munch did. 

 

Moose Safari in Elverum

Join our guide and driver on a moose 

safari in the dusk. Watch and learn about the King of the Forest! 

 

Kirsten Flagstad Museum in Hamar

Kirsten Flagstad (1895-1962) was called ”the voice of the century” as well as ”the world’s greatest Wagnerian soprano”. She had an exceptional stage career in the USA as well as in Norway. The Museum encompasses family mementoes, a photo collection, original costumes from The Metropolitan Opera House i New York and a music room. 

 

Hadeland Glassverk 

At Hadeland Glassverk (glassworks) the visitors are acquainted with the production of glass from the 1800s up until today. Blow your own glass at Norway’s largest glass museum, shop unique 

quality crystal and porcelain at 

fantastic factory prices and let Kokkestua tempt you with hot and cold dishes based both on traditional local and 

national Norwegian cuisine. 

 

DS Skibladner - the art of slow travel

Travel from Eidsvoll on Norway’s largest inland lake, Mjøsa. Skibladner has been carrying passengers across Mjøsa since 1856, and is today the world’s oldest paddle steamer still providing this type of service. An impeccably dressed head waiter will ensure that you are comfortable in one of the region’s best restaurants. Enjoy Skibladner’s renowned, traditional salmon followed by delicious strawberries for dessert.

 

Gjøvik - Pilgrimage Centre Granavollen

The Pilgrim Trail of Norway is a network of marked trails based on the pilgrimage tradition. In this region, the Pilgrim Trail passes through living villages set in a historically and nationally important cultural landscape that is a great source of excitement, wonder and reflection. 

 

Gjøvik Olympic Cavern Hall

The world’s largest underground auditorium, 120 meters into the mountain in the center of Gjøvik. Major rock carving exhibit, ice skating and mountain climbing wall.

 

Kistefos Museum

The Kistefos Museum is situated in beautiful surroundings by the river ”Randselva”. The former Wood Pulp Mill is today an industrial museum and the only remaining wood pulp mill i Scandinavia. The museum offers annual art exhibitions and the sculpture park i lush and green and perfect for picnics.  Café, museum shop and open atelier.

 

Lillehammer - Food safari at Kulturstua i Ro

Learn about food traditions through 2000 years and taste wonderful homemade local food for lunch. A truly cultural experience to remember.

All meals are prepared with local ingredients, primarily fish and game, fresh vegetables and herbs from the kitchen garden.

 

Lillehammer - Maihaugen outdoor museum

Visit Maihaugen outdoor museum. Experience historic farms and houses and meet the “inhabitants” from the 19th and 20th century in an authentic setting. Skilled craftsmen offer advice on maintenance and restoration. Proficient guides are available and happy to share their knowledge.

 

Oslo – Mathallen Food Hall

Indoor food market with more than 30 specialty shops, cafés and eateries that offer high-quality products from Norwegian small-scale producers as well as special foreign imports.

 

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