In Snipetorp you can find the old Skien with continuous wooden houses from the end of the 18th century.
Snipetorp was one of old roads to the city. The regular citizen stayed here. Today, most of the houses are restored and it's a very attractive living area.
The former very wealthy parents of Henrik Ibsen, after Knud Ibsen's bankruptcy, moved to Snipetorpgata 27 in 1843 with their 5 children.
The Ibsen Steps were restored in April 1995.
The manor house at Søndre Brekke is truly magnificent.
In this building, in the corner room on the 2nd floor, Henrik Ibsen was born.
Brekkeparken is one lovely place to visit, beautiful garden and great views of the town…
Brekkeparken in Skien municipality is part of the Telemark Museum.
The first owner of Altenburggården was probably Johan Altenburg, Henrik Ibsen's…
Mosaikk - hidden pearls in the centre of Skien.
New, modern fish ladder in down town of Skien.
Ibsenhuset is named after Skien's famous son, Henrik Ibsen.
Ibsenhuset was officially opened on 9 September 1973 and at the time was Norway’s most…
Their gallery is in the Cultural Centre called Ibsenhuset, which opened in 1973.
Welcome to the world's most beautiful channel, The Telemark Canal!
Skien church was completed in 1894 after the great town fire.
Skien sluse is the first lock in the Telemark Canal, with connection between Skienselva…
The Norges Bank building was built close to Skien church.
The log driver monument on Smieøya.