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  1. TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 8 reviews8 reviews

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    Lovisenbergvn. 45, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    97774840

    At Berg Kragerø Museum can you see how the family Homan survived, and in the showroom you can admire the historical exhibition: "Peoples work/jobs in Kragerø in the past and present".

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    97774840
  2. Address

    Jomfruland, 3781, Jomfruland

    Telephone

    481 93 380

    Blooming of the anemones are mostly everywhere in Southern Norway at spring time. But on the island Jomfruland outside Kragerø, people go solely to contemplate the long white carpet that covers the 9 km long island in May.

    Jomfruland

    Telephone

    481 93 380
  3. Address

    Telephone

    986 25 128

    Mining history in the center of Kragerø. There are three apatite mines in Kragerø. Dypedalsgruva is the only one that is made available to the public. Opening hours: May 1st to October 1st. Experience Dypedalsgruva on your own or with a guide!

    Telephone

    986 25 128
  4. Address

    Torvgata 1, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Gea Norvegica Geo Park is Scandinavia's first UNESCO certified geopark.
    The geopark is located in Telemark and Vestfold counties, and is including municipalities of Bamble, Kragerø, Lardal, Larvik, Nome, Porsgrunn, Siljan og Skien.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  5. Address

    3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Gunnarsholmen is located a just short walk from the town center and was originally an old coastal fort which protected Kragerø in the 18th and 19th century when warships and pirates threatened the city.  Today it is an open area with a nice sand...

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  6. Address

    Torvgata 1, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Kil together with Sannidal, are the oldest urban settlements in Kragerø municipality. A stroll through the narrow streets among the many restored and cozy houses where atmosphere from bygone days are still present is a real must.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  7. Address

    3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 63 61

    Kragerø church was consecrated in 1870 and is a Gothic Revival church designed by Georg Andreas Bull and built in brick. The church replaced the old Christi church from 1652 which was a cruciform wooden church.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 63 61
  8. Address

    Blindtarmen, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    An absolut highlight not to miss, is the yearly "Kogg"- regatta in July, when over 100 historical wooden boats compete against each other on the Kragerøfjorden.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  9. Address

    Torvgata 1, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    The Kragerø city centre is an exciting mix of cafes, shops, galleries and restaurants. Here you will find unique shops specializing in everything from shoes and bags to interior design and art.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  10. Address

    3780, Skåtøy

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Krikken Coastal Fort, a German construction from World War 2 is well worth visiting. The fort is located at Skåtøy island outside of Kragerø, and is an excellent hiking area wth beautiful surroundings and a very intersting history.

    Skåtøy

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  11. Address

    3781, Jomfruland

    Telephone

    48 13 82 94

    The two lighthouses located in the middle of Jomfruland are well-known landmarks. The oldest of them is from 1839. You can get a fantastic panorama view over the other islands and the open sea from its top.

    Jomfruland

    Telephone

    48 13 82 94
  12. Address

    Sannidal, 3766, Sannidal

    Telephone

    99205761

    is a local historic collection of buildings. Since 1949, eight buildings from 1700 and 1800s have been placed here: Millhouse, granary, storehouse,living room, farmhouse... . Experience this place by a guided tour?

    Sannidal

    Telephone

    99205761
  13. Address

    3766, Sannidal

    Telephone

    35 99 21 97

    Sannidal Church is a cruciform church built in 1711. Sannidal originaly had its own stave church from approx. year 1200. Different items from the stave church can be found at todays church.

    Sannidal

    Telephone

    35 99 21 97
  14. Address

    Løkkebakken, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    In memory of Anton Martin Schweigaard, a Norwegian jurist and economic reformer who was born in Kragerø in 1808.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  15. Address

    3780, Skåtøy

    Telephone

    35 98 63 61

    Skåtøy Church is located in beautiful surroundings in the middle of the narrowest part of Skåtøy. The Church was concecrated in 1862 and is currently sharing a 6th place among the country's largest wooden churches.

    Skåtøy

    Telephone

    35 98 63 61
  16. Address

    Steinmannstien, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Steinmann is a viewpoint just above downtown with great views over the city. Well worth a visit.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  17. Address

    3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 63 61

    Støle Church is a charming little wooden church from 1892. It is located on the old coastal road between Kragerø and Risør, 15 minutes drive from central Kragerø by ferry and car, or 20 minutes by car from the E-18 in Sannidal.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 63 61
  18. Address

    Torvgata 1, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Strømtangen fyr is one of three lighthouses in Kragerø and lies between Rapen and Skjørsvik. The other two lighthouses are Jomfruland and Stavseng.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
  19. Address

    Jomfruland, 3781, Jomfruland

    Telephone

    48 13 82 94

    This idyllic forest lake at Jomfruland is where Theodor Kittelsen got inspiration for his painting "Nøkken" (water troll). The lake has been restored, and the trails are now accessible for wheelchair users.

    Jomfruland

    Telephone

    48 13 82 94
  20. Address

    Torvgata 1, 3770, Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00

    Kragerø is referred to as "The gem among coastal cities" of Edvard Munch, Norway's most famous artist of all time.

    Kragerø

    Telephone

    35 98 62 00
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