Sign up - Contact
Nyhetsbrev - Kontakt
Welcome to the Itinerary Planner. Use this tool to build your own journey or choose from an exciting range of specially selected tours.
To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket.
Get to know the history and heritage of Telemark.
Number of results: 21
, currently showing 1 to 20.
If the Germans had been allowed to continue their heavy water research, they might well have been in a position to build an atomic bomb.
Let yourself wander through eras and explore your ancestral age in a way seldom seen before.
Bø i Telemark
Art gallery with showcases from multiple artists.
Myllarheimen in Arabygdi, Vinje, is the home of the artist and fiddler Torgeir Augundson (1801-1872), better known as Myllarguten. The smallholding Myllarheimen is where he lived the last years of his life.
Vemork is a museum where you can see the unique exhibition from 2.ww. as well as the industrial revolution in Rjukan.
A new interactive exhibition about nature and wild reindeer has opened. Café with stunning views.
Folkestadbyen- The town of Folkestad.
In the 1870s, a centre for commerce and crafts started to appear in this small church village. The village received the name of “Folkestadbyen” and the towns people lived by paid work, commerce and...
The Silversmith situated next to the hotel in Vrådal.
The childrens favorite place to visit, lots of activities.
At the tip of the Røyrodden promontory on the shores of Lake Nisser you can see a number of large stone piles on the eroded rocks.
Gallery with exhibitions, and a small cozy shop with the opportunity to buy special gifts and paintings.
Charming, small stave church. Located by West Telemark Museum Eidsborg.
A collection of replicas of local traditional log buildings, filled with cultural activities.
In the steep mountainside over Dalen lies the famous little farm Rui.
Visit Heddal Stavkirke - the largest stave church in Norway.
Jazz lovers flock to New Orleans, Elvis fans congregate in Memphis, ski enthusiasts travel to the little mountain valley of Morgedal. What do they all have in common? The search for the original...
Gunnarsholmen was originally an old coastal fortress built for the protection Kragerø, and is today an open area with excellent swimming opportuneties including a beach and a salt water swimmingpool, kiosk, lawn area and service facilities.
A hidden pearl right in the center at Porsgrunn City Museum. This is really worth a visit.
The Rjukan Railway was built by Norsk Hydro, and opened in 1909. It's a unique railway which enabled Sam Eyde to build a power station and factories.
Museum of the year 2012.