Norsk Folkemuseum

(Norwegian Folk Museum)


The Norsk Folkemuseum combines indoor collections on folk art, furniture, dress and customs with an extensive open-air display of reassembled buildings, mostly wooden barns, stables, storehouses and dwellings from the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries. The open-air collection consists of more than 150 reconstructed buildings. Arranged geographically, they provide a marvelous sample of Norwegian rural architecture.
excerpt from
Rough Guide to Norway

06 November 2004


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