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Emilio22 wrote a review Jul 2020
Fetsund, Norway18 contributions25 helpful votes
For me, one star reviews are only for the absolute exceptions of really really bad experiences. I would never give out such a low score if it’s not completely deserved. Came as a family of two adults and three kids. Ordered five bubble waffles with ice (soft ice) with all toppings. Not only did it take forever to get them, but we got strawberry ice cream cones (the cheap kind) instead of vanilla soft ice. And not all toppings, but something else. We cancelled one bubble waffle, because of this. When we were done I had to go inside myself to remind them that they owed me 119,- NOK. It looked like they had no idea how to fix the issue. I had to tell them to give back the money they owed me. I got 110,- NOK back because they didn’t have more to give.. for me 9,- NOK is nothing, but it’s the bare principal that you should threat your customers correctly and always give them what they are entitled. The fact that this is happening in Norway is just embarrassing.…
Date of experience: July 2020
AnglerPilot wrote a review Mar 2019
Mandal, Norway79 contributions45 helpful votes
A rare glimpse into Norwegian art both local and national. Passionate guides wanting to help and share their knowledge. Plenty of activities for the kids too.
Date of experience: April 2018
2 Helpful votes
Spinloop wrote a review Feb 2019
Kristiansand, Norway158 contributions43 helpful votes
We had a nice Sunday here with our kids and painted our own art. The kids there seemed to enjoy it. There’s also a popular activity room where the kids can play.
Date of experience: February 2019
Bjørn Egil K wrote a review Aug 2017
Kristiansand, Norway115 contributions35 helpful votes
There are better options in the town for an art exhibition, but a tour with a guide can be interesting. Temporary exhibition summer 2017 was ok, not more than that.
Date of experience: July 2017
TinekevB wrote a review Aug 2017
Amstelveen, The Netherlands364 contributions147 helpful votes
We ended up here off the cruiseship on a rainy day. The spcial exhibition was very nice and interesting. The permanent shows on the other floors are a mixed bag of old and modern art. We did notice that they had a special area for children and there were some groups of kids having lots of fun. Otherwise, you really have to be into paintning mainly, to want to visit here.…
Date of experience: June 2017