In Bygdøy, close to Oslo, is the Norwegian Folk Museum which can be quite an interesting visit. Get a taste of how people lived in Norway from the 16th century to the present day.
The museum lays the foundations for an open-air museum with 158 buildings from various towns and villages in Norway. Visit ´Landsbygda´, ´Gamlebyen´, ´Setesdal in 1739´, ´Trøndelag in 1959´, ´Wessels gate in Oslo in 1879´ and ´Stavkirken från Gol´, but there are many more interesting buildings, which among other things also house a number of exhibitions on families and on Norwegian folk art from the Middle Ages to the 1900s and Sami culture.
An exciting visit for the whole family. There's plenty to see and do, and it's not far from Oslo.
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