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Address: Oyfjell, 3890, Norway
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+47 35 07 73 31
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Rich collection of old tools, equipment, peasant-style antiques,...

Rich collection of old tools, equipment, peasant-style antiques, curiosities, traditional costumes and rose painting. Here you can view the largest olhone (beer hen) in Norway. The museum building is very special, built in granite in 1931 to be standing eternally. The museum also has a farmyard with old traditional buildings. Open in summer. Otherwise open by agreement, contact Vest-Telemark Museum.

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