One of Porsgrunn’s best-known and most popular hikes, Fjerdingen rises to 361 m at its highest point, and offers good picnic areas, particularly on the south- and east-facing sections. The views are fantastic: you can see all the way to Færder Lighthouse and beyond to the Swedish coast.
Most people start from Flogstadtjernet by Bjørkedalen School. The trail is waymarked all the way to the top and passes through varied forest terrain with mixed forest. At the top, the pines hold sway.
Porsgrunn Mule Varde is situated by hihgway E18 between Nystrand and Skjelsvik.
Osebro is the best preserved part of Porsgrunn town.
Kunsthall Grenland is an art gallery in Porsgrunn with regional status, which wish to…
The only Catholic church in Telemark, built in the "dragon style" in 1899.
Learn more about the natural history of our planet.
A hidden pearl right in the center at Porsgrunn City Museum.
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…
Norway's only porcelain factory is located in Porsgrunn.
Welcome to a unique porcelain experience in Porsgrunn!
Welcome to a pearl in Porsgrunn.
You can visit the factory and see the skilled artisans at work.
Everything from coffee cups to magnificent art vases.
The childrens favorite place to visit, lots of activities.
"Group 9" was founded in 1969. That year was the first summer exhibition held in the…
Brevik Town Museum is open every Sunday this summer