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  • Arts & Museums

    »Norsk Kjøretøyhistorisk Museum

    The town of Lillehammer is home to the Norsk Kjøretøyhistorisk Museum (Norwegian Vehicle Museum) at the center and exhibits array of vehicles that ran on the Norwegian roads. The history of the country's automotive history is well depicted right from the collection of sledges, wagons and carriages pulled by the horses, the first Norwegian car of 1896 to the Troll car of 1958. Call or visit their website to know more.

    Lilletorget 1
    Lillehammer, 2615

    »Lillehammer Kunstmuseum

    The Lillehammer Kunstmuseum displays works by upcoming as well as established artists in Lillehammer.

    Stortorget 2
    Lillehammer, 2602

    »Bjerkebæk

    Bjerkebæk was the home of the Norwegian author and Nobel Laureate Sigrid Undset and her family from 1919 to 1949. It is restored to what it looked like in 1930. When buying tickets for two museums or more (Aulestad, Bjerkebæk, Maihaugen, Norges Olympiske Museum, Postmuseet), a discount of 25% is given.

    Gamle Nordseterveg 1
    Lillehammer, 2615

    »Norges Olympiske Museum

    Norway's Olympic Museum tells the story of the Olympic Games throughout history. It is the only of its kind in Europe. When buying tickets for two museums or more (Aulestad, Bjerkebæk, Maihaugen, Norges Olympiske Museum, Postmuseet), a discount of 25% is given. You are welcome to bring your own lunch.

    Håkons Hall
    Lillehammer, 2618

    »Maihaugen

    The open-air museum Maihaugen consists of more than 200 old and new historical buildings. Maihaugen tells the story about the Norwegian countryside through exhibitions, theater and activities. This is an interesting museum with entertainment for every age. When buying tickets for two museums or more (Aulestad, Bjerkebæk, Maihaugen, Norges Olympiske Museum, Postmuseet), a discount of 25% is given. Entrance to the Postmuseet is included in the ticket to Maihaugen.

    Maihaugevegen 1
    Lillehammer, 2609

    »Postmuseet

    The Post Museum tells the history of the postal service starting from 1647. Here you can see how the postman's job has evolved from 1647 until now. When buying tickets for two museums or more (Aulestad, Bjerkebæk, Maihaugen, Norges Olympiske Museum, Postmuseet), a discount of 25% is given. Entrance to Maihaugen is included in the ticket.

    Maihaugen
    Lillehammer, 2609

    »Aulestad

    Aulestad was the home of the Norwegian author and Nobel Laureate Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson and his family from 1875 to 1910. It is one of Norway's best preserved homes. When buying tickets for 2 museums or more (Aulestad, Bjerkebæk, Maihaugen, Norges Olympiske Museum, Postmuseet), a discount of 25% is given.

    RV255 Bjørnsonvegen
    Follebu, 2656
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