Find family-friendly travel to Norway and explore the beautiful scenery and exciting small towns on your own. For example, visit the Lågdals Museum in Kongsberg, which is open all year round and is a cultural history museum covering Kongsberg, Qu and Numedal. The museum was founded in 1924 and is located on the old Glitre farm Løkke, only about five minutes walk from the centre. During the summer season, several different breeds of animals graze in the fields and Norgen's only and therefore best preserved tower barn also graces the museum grounds.
Twinklegård is Bergstadens best preserved office building, made of stone, and then there is the small charming Kongsberggade, which still looks like when Bergman lived, including a well-stocked grocery store. Numedalstuna has several rooms painted in pink and there is also a meeting hall where three generations of Røysland lords exercised and consolidated their power in Uvdal in the 1700s.
The main building houses a 'Small Gallery' and various exhibitions, including folk art and Rolf Hansen's exhibition 'Ceramics for Joy'. There are also workshops for several of the town's artisans as well as Norway's only Eyewear and Optics Museum.
A range of activities are organised throughout the year and guided tours of the museum are of course also available. Take the whole family on holiday to Norway and find a cheap self-drive holiday at Risskov.
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