Lindesnes Lighthouse, Spangereid

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#1 of 18 in Historic Sites in Vest-Agder
Climb the 109 stairs to the top of the 16 m (52 ft) cast-iron lighthouse at Lindesnes Lighthouse, on the southernmost point of Norway. Watch large waves crash into the rocks below, and visit the on-site museum, rotating exhibits, and gallery of local artists, all included in the price of your entrance ticket. Ask at the visitor center for a map marked with various hikes that begin from here. Stop by the gift shop on your way out, where you can find many items made with sea water, including the famous lighthouse bread with seaweed. Plan to see Lindesnes Lighthouse and other attractions that appeal to you using our Spangereid road trip website .
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  • Great site, you should not miss if you go to Norway. It is possible to enter the lighthouse and get to the top where you can enjoy a fantastic view. The scale is really steep.
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  • Was lucky to make a impromptu night trip to the lighthouse and found a guided tour of the lighthouse at the visitor centre. Surprisingly brilliant guide, very friendly, knowledgeable and accommodating...  more »
  • It costs a little bit to get in, but then kept the area clean and neat. Coffee included in the entrance fee. We walked on the trail from Lindesnes camping and cabins. Nice trip, but a bit on the car road. We had with the dog, and therefore not the Museum had seen. Otherwise nice place with dog. It was relatively quiet on the day we were there, and we drove back in the evening to watch the sunset. Definitely worth it! Free entry after at 20, but check the website! Go also down in the bunker times from World War II!
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  • Nice landmark, definitely to be visited if you are in the area. This is the Southernmost lighthouse in whole Norway, it is in really good conditions and still operating (although lighthouses are of less use nowadays with GPS and detailed seabed maps). It can be visited from the top! The site has also art exhibitions, do not know if on permanent or temporary basis, but it is definitely worth a visit. A small cafe offers a selection of locally made refreshments and a souvenirs shop closes the tour. The visit to the site is not free, but a small entrance fee needs to be paid, and covers also for parking.
  • AMAZING! Really amazing!! It is not that difficult to get there. But it is a bit tricky thanks to the rural area. Once we got there I fell in love with the sight! I truly recommend to go there! The sight and atmosphere is beautiful! The first part is free, but if you want to go to the most beautiful area you have to pay a small price. You will get a cup of coffee or tea for free. Once up there you will know what I mean! And you will love it there! I do recommend to take some food with you! Cause you cannot buy there a lot of food or drinks!
  • Great exposed part of the rocky coastline. Excellent shop, cafe and museum. Interesting second world war gun emplacements and tunnels. Worth the drive.
  • Beautiful place. You can watch movies about norway's coast and sea history in the cinema. Nice staff and good prices. Coffee and lemonade is included with the ticket.
  • Interesting place to see. Good views .Good place for Sunday afternoon trip.

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