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Norwegian Road Museum, Lillehammer

(4.6/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
Norwegian Road Museum is located in Lillehammer. Use our Lillehammer tourist route planner to visit Norwegian Road Museum on your trip to Lillehammer, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • We use often Norwegian Road museum in the summer, so we thought that it works enough just as well in the winter. And it did it in a ton. Indoor Museum is closed, but with sledges, Pokemon stops and the gym, big pit machines and grill sausages were also a top day. Recommend any family to add an outing in this great site. Gives energy to the parents and the top experience for children.
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  • Here's one story from a different angle. See and experience. Outside and inside is the museum. Well signposted and lots of information about and from the use of in early motorized vehicles as means of transport.
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  • Wow, this was a great and interesting out exhibition. Norwegian Road museum is great and full of museum for children and adults.
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  • Top tip: Go straight to Rock Blasting Museum area for a guided tour of how Norwegian tunnels are made. It is in an actual tunnel made by industry volunteers. Our guide was the most enthusiastic young woman who loved her gigantic machines.
  • Vero nice museum, and it's free to visit
  • Great museum
  • The way and the car history told in a nice visual way. Free entry
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  • Great place to take the kids. Here is the great machines to climb on, walking through the tunnel to + a lot of other to look at. A large area to walk around. Recommend a trip with the bus going around here. The exhibitions in is also very elaborate and worth a look. The children enjoying themselves here, never for many people here, and free!
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