We went here after visiting the Viking Museum earlier in the day. We was in the area and natural to pass by here too. The time went fast as we crossed the museum between the houses. Some was open and you could see the old age and how people used to live in Norway. But plenty…
Museum has lots of buildings through the ages, some are amazing. It is a large site in the open air so not ideal if it is wet. Nice little café in the main building. It is close to the Viking museum and worth a visit.
Though between rain and sun, we enjoyed walking around this open air museum which is a sort of mini travel around the country’s history in terms of architecture. Warm up with a good coffee at either end of the visit in the cafeteria!
This museum is on the peninsula go by the 31 bus which runs every 15 mins. There is a lot of information here with 2-3 inside area about farming, toys religious artefacts and the Sami culture. There are a large number of houses and farm buildings from all over Norway accumulated…
Wooooow what should I say this should be visited from late April til middle of September when it's warm outside this we everyone off love showing the houses and churches everywhere you can go inside and see how it was before 😉🏘️😊 Enjoy it guys 😉😁