Brevik is something unique and must be experienced. Narrow streets between old wooden houses, makes this small city very popular. Most of the houses are buillt after the city fire in 1761 and 1800. The old Customs House and the old City Hall, today Brevik Museum, are typical examples of this.
At “Sylterøya” you can see one of the country's best-preserved wooden houses. The "Battery" is located at the outer edge of Sylterøya. The place has a long history and it was here, among other things, the mail robber Ole Berg was beheaded on May 19 October 1838. During World War II the Germans built a large bunker here.
If you get tired, you can always sit down to enjoy the city's famous ice cream or pizza. At the same time you can enjoy the view of Brevik's beautiful harbor pool and idyllic fiord.
"Group 9" was founded in 1969. That year was the first summer exhibition held in the…
Welcome to a historic digital tour in Brevik.
Brevik Town Museum is open every Sunday this summer
"Krystallhuset" in Brevik was erected on the occasion Brevik 150th anniversary in 1995.
King Chulalongkorn was a Thai king who visited Brevik 28 July 1907. He was king of Siam…
Situated on the outermost part of Sylterøya, an island 10 min from the city Brevik.
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The only Catholic church in Telemark, built in the "dragon style" in 1899.
A hidden pearl right in the center at Porsgrunn City Museum.
Welcome to a pearl in Porsgrunn.
The childrens favorite place to visit, lots of activities.
Kunsthall Grenland is an art gallery in Porsgrunn with regional status, which wish to…
South of Porsgrunn, across Frierfjorden and further into Bamble by Herre, there is an…
As the first geopark in Scandinavia, Gea Norvegica became member of the Global Geoparks…
Welcome to a unique porcelain experience in Porsgrunn!
Norway's only porcelain factory is located in Porsgrunn.