Trøndelag Folk Museum
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Wonderful open air museum, indoor exhibitions and activities for families, especially on sundays.
Trøndelag’s folk museum. A great place to learn about local and Norwegian history.
Large out-door museum with old buildings and farms from the region. Nice place to walk around, and great view from the ruins of Sverresborg castle. Take bus# 18 from Kongens gate K1.
Trøndelag Folkemuseum is one of the country's largest cultural history museums with collections of buildings and objects, archival material and an extensive historical photo archive.
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