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  1. Add Haugesund Theatre to your Itinerary

    Haugesund Theatre

    Address

    Smedasundet 98
    5525 Haugesund

    Haugesund Teater (HAUT) is Haugalandets regional theatre, with its main offices located in the heart of Haugesund. The theatre performs at HAUT scene in Smedasundet 98 while also touring around at local stages around Haugalandet. When producing…

  2. Add Haugesund Town Hall to your Itinerary

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    Haugesund Town Hall

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    5528 Haugesund

    Haugesund Town Hall was a gift from shipowner Knut Knutsen OAS and his wife Elisabeth. The town hall was designed by architects Gudolf Blakstad and Hermann Munthe-Kaas and was officially opened in 1931. The park was opened in 1949. The town hall is…

  3. Add Norway's national monument to your Itinerary

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    Norway's national monument

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    Haraldshaugen
    5515 Haugesund

    Snorre's sagas of the kings mention the site where Harald Fairhair is buried. In the nineteenth century it was believed the place described by Snorre had been located. This is where the national monument of the unification of Norway was erected in…

  4. Add Karmsund Folkemuseum to your Itinerary

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    Karmsund Folkemuseum

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    Skåregt. 142
    5527 Haugesund

    The museum focuses on the history of the town and region.

    Karmsund folkemuseum is Haugesund's cultural history museum and has its main section in the center of Haugesund, in the city's old dairy building. The museum has four permanent…

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    Guide Price NOK50.00 to NOK70.00 Per person
  5. Add Sandbekken Bygdetun/Village to your Itinerary

    Sandbekken Bygdetun/Village

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    Sandbekken
    5570 Aksdal

    Sandbekken Bygdetun village is a small collection of old build- ings, which includes the Cleng Peerson house. the house was moved here in 1975 in conjunction with the 150-year commem- oration of emigration to america. Cleng Peerson from tysvær led…

  6. Add Quaker House, Stakland to your Itinerary

    Quaker House, Stakland

    Address

    Rådhuset
    5570 Aksdal

    The only remaining intact Quaker House in Scandinavia with its own cemetery. Open by arrangement.

  7. Add Tysværtunet Gallery to your Itinerary

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    Tysværtunet Gallery

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    Aksdalsvegen 157
    5570 Aksdal

    The gallery is located in the entrance lobby of tysværtunet Kulturhus Cultural Centre, and has the capacity for exhibit- ing diverse works of art. Most of the exhibitions are held under the auspices of tysvær art society in conjunction with the…

  8. Add Nedstrand Church to your Itinerary

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    Nedstrand Church

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    Nedstrand
    5560 Nedstrand

    Nedstrand Church was built in 1868. In 1829 architect Linstow made a standard design for Norwegian churches. Nedstrand church is built mainly after his design but architect Conrad Fredrik von der Lippe did not follow this rigidly. He gave the…

  9. Add Ølen Church to your Itinerary

    Ølen Church

    Address

    Ølen
    5580 Ølen

    The present church in Ølen was built in 1874. It was built by the sea to save worshippers who had rowed to church from having to climb the steep hill, and to shelter the church from harsh weather. Ølen Church contains artefacts (about 400 years old)…

  10. Add Nordvegen History Centre - Experience Norway’s Birthplace to your Itinerary

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    Nordvegen History Centre - Experience Norway’s Birthplace

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    Kong Augvaldsvei 103
    4262 Avaldsnes

    For 3000 years chieftains and kings controlled the strait Karmsundet – Nordvegen – the shipping lane that gave Norway its name. At Nordvegen History Centre you can learn about the sovereigns that controlled the coast of Norway from Avaldsnes. Some…

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