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Anno Museum Domkirkeodden, Hamar
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  • We were there out of season, but could still have a really nice experience with a walk by the Lake, look into the ruins and outdoor Visual inspection of the beautiful, historic houses. Recommended, also outside the season.
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  • We were here for the first time during the medieval festival. Went smoothly with parking and with a 12 month membership, we got away from the line to get in. The place is abosolutt worth a visit. Cathedral ruins and the story is exciting and with the Festival and activities was all fun to watch. Horse riding was a home run for our dattern and there were opportunities for both Princess school and Knight school. We got a good look at the sword fighting and it's impressive what they get to to make this event as real as possible. The stalls, the atmosphere and all that was dressed made it perfect. We also tasted on the medieval fare and it fell in the taste. Perhaps most because it was all right to eat with your fingers:) We had also seen viking ships on the Lake Mjøsa and the camp of the Vikings. The whole experience is recommended!
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  • The ruins of the cathedral are preserved in a glass "dome" that recreates the original building. The accompanying museum is on the site of the fortress ruins. It has articles from both Viking times an...  more »