Fantoft Stavkirke, Bergen
About Fantoft Stavkirke, Bergen
Fantoft Stavkirke, Bergen - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Fantoftvegen 38, 5072 Bergen, Norway
Ticket Price: 50 NOK
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
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During the Middle Ages, Norway had the monopoly on wooden stave churches- from the original 750 they had, 30 are standing today. Stave Churches are architecturally distinct with their dragon heads, carved doorways and vertical planks. The best church with this kind of architecture is the Fantoft Stavkirke. Located in the south of Bergen, the original stave was in 1150 and in 1883 moved to the current location of the Fantoft Stavkirke.
Fantoft Stavkirke Ticket Prices
- Tickets for students are priced at NOK 35.
- Tickets for children are priced at NOK 25.
How To reach Fantoft Stavkirke by Public Transport
- Take bus no 50 from Bergen and get off at Fantoft.
- Buses depart every 20 minutes.
Restaurants Near Fantoft Stavkirke
- M Spisestedet pa Nesttun
- Prego Cafe & Restaurant
- Bien Bar
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Fantoft Stavkirke, Bergen Reviews - Write a Review
Nice church. One has to pay to enter and a nice little walk to the church
A short walk from the tram and through the woods you'll find this beautiful church. A bit pricey (isn't everything in Norway?!) but the Bergen Card made it free
Church itself is nice, but knowing it's a replica does make the experience less special. Especially the unfriendly guy reluctantly selling tickets and shoo-ing you away because you're just trying to take a picture from outside(!) of the gate entrance, took the pleasure out of it. This dude took away my doubt about whether or not spending money on a ticket was worth it.
Absolutely beautiful, the carpentry is astonishing and there is a lovely feel to the church. Couldn't believe there was a window for the Lepers to be involved in the service although not allowed inside. The aroma is quite amazing. Would highly recommend this to anyone visiting Bergen recommend this to anyone
Nice recreation of the church! The guide had no qlue of history! Or of how church life where practised and how the church liturgy was in the old church.
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