Norwegian Road Museum
The Norwegian Road Museum is located in a multi-purpose recreational area at the gateway to "the King of valleys", Gudbrandsdalen.
The museum consists of an extensive indoor exhibition, as well as a 75-acre open-air museum featuring buildings, road systems, bridges, road building equipment and machines. Here you will experience both nature and road technology in a pleasant combination.
The Norwegain Road Museum ofers a peek into the history of road building with plenty of things to look and try, as well as fascinating exhibits on road safety and future road technology! A look in the "rear view mirror" and you might discover something completely unexpected...
H. Blindheimsvik country store opens his summer. A country store in a faciniating 1950-1960 atmosphere. The entire family can experience history in an entertaining format.On the second story of the museum, take a guided tour of the private apartment belonging to the person who originally owned the store.
Open-air Museum. You can borrow pedal cars and drive on a challenging track. At the outdoor theme playground you can ride a horse-drawn coach, pet farm animals or trake a ride on a vintage bus. And don't forget to stop by the blacksmith - you might just find something interesting to buy!
The Rock Blasting Museum
The rock blasting museum is located inside a 240-metre-long tunnel just on the upper side of the Norwegian Road Museum. The museum offers a fascinating journey in a real-life mountain setting through
Norwegian rock blasting history.
Norway is a long and mountainous country with particularly hard species of stone. Early on, the inhabitants had to develop effective methods of breaking up rock for a variety of different reasons.