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Sjolingstad Woollen Mill, Mandal
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Vi kjørte inn til fabrikken og kikket oss rundt. Da vi var der fantes ikke mulighet for omvisning med historikken, så det var en skuffelse. Men, man fikk jo kikket på hva som ble solgt i butikken og e... read more »We drove in to the factory and looked around. When we were there, there was no opportunity for the tour with the history, so it was a disappointment. But, you had looked at what was being sold in the store and otherwise looked at building superficial. Sad that a not seen since it was processes the reason we went there.show original
Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrikk er virkelig verdt et besøk. Her kunne en kjøpe alt fra sokker til poncho og mye annet hjemmelagede ting.Vi fikk også oppleve en guidet tur til de gamle maskinene som viste h... read more »Sjølingstad Uldvarefabrikk is really worth a visit. Here could be a buy everything from socks to ponchos and much more home-made things. We also got to experience a guided tour of the old machines that showed how the spun yarn mm. Here was a simple Café that served us waffles and coffee. This is to recommend. Here's a piece of history that ought not to be forgotten.show original
Vi ankom Uldvarefabrikken kl 13, akkurat tidsnok til omvisning før barneverkstedet startet kl 14. Vår 3.5 åring var relativ interessert i alt som ble vist og fortalt (fikk se maskiner som virket og fi... read more »We arrived at Uldvarefabrikken at 13, just in time for the tour before the children's workshop started at 14. Our 3.5 year old was relative interested in everything that was shown and told (got to see machines that worked and got put on wool and karde a bit) and held out for about 50 min. Guide spoke clearly and was knowledgeable. We got a nice introduction to the process from sheep to finished woven carpet. Afterwards we went in the kiosk and ate carrot cake from Jentan on Båly and drank coffee (single serving) before we hurried on to the Wool workshop, where we made a great cushion each. Hi, how time flew! This was fun! Recommended by me for children older than 3 years. I had to finish largely namely the whole thing for the little Darling. Museum shop where the carpets and yarns soldshow original
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