Norsk vegmuseum
Norsk vegmuseum
Norsk vegmuseum
Norsk vegmuseum
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Norwegian Road Museum

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Norwegian Road Museum is located 12 km north of Lillehammer, close to the Amusement Park. The museum is open year round and offers historical and technical road history in an exciting outdoor and indoor environments. The museum has free admission.
Norwegian Road Museum is located 12 km north of Lillehammer, close to the Amusement Park. The museum is open year round and offers historical and technical road history in an exciting outdoor and indoor environments. The museum has free admission. Dogs are allowed in the open air museum, but not in the museum buildings.

Have you ever tried to imagine how people in this country has come forward on the roads during the thousand years? Do you know what kind of tools roadworks founders used before digging machines and buldoserens time? The exhibition highlights include this. At Hunderfossen, north of Lillehammer in Norway, we find the Norwegian Road Museum. Pay a visit and be convinced that the history of Norwegian roads can be both exiting and interesting. The exhibition has subtitles in Norwegian, English and German.

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. Outside there are areas for children with sandpit and their own places of vehicles and excavators. We recommend a break with lunch basket at the benches and tables in the open air museum. Later in the summer there are blueberries and cranberries in the heather, free to pick for those who are interested.

Opening hours



January 2 - June 14
The Norwegian Public Road Museum and the Norwegian Vehicle Museum are open at 10.00 - 15.00 (Tuesday - Sunday) The museum is closed on 1 January, 1 and 17 May

June 15 - August 15
The Norwegian Public Road Museum and the Norwegian Vehicle Museum open 10.00 - 17.00 every day
The Norwegian Rock Blasting museum and smithy open 11.00 - 17.00 every day

August 16 - December 30
The Norwegian Public Road Museum and the Norwegian Vehicle Museum are open at 10.00 - 15.00 (Tuesday - Sunday)The museum is closed 23-28. and December 31st

Parking



When you arrive at the Norwegian Public Road Museum, your numberplates will automaticly be registered, entering and exiting. Day parking: kr. 69 NOK. Stays under 30 minutes are free.

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