Gudsbrandsdalen is a traditional district and valley in the oppland country. The valley is divided into three parts- Norddalen, Middalen and Sordalen. The name means the Valley of Gudbrand which is an old male name made up of the words “god” and “sword”. This place is mainly known for the museums that are situated here such as the Maihaugen art museum and other indoor and outdoor galleries.
How to Reach Gudsbrandsdalen Museums
- Take a bus from Nustad Sør-Fron Norway.
- You can book a taxi to the location.
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5.39% of people who visit Lillehammer include Gudsbrandsdalen Museums in their plan
50% of people start their Gudsbrandsdalen Museums visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Gudsbrandsdalen Museums
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Gudsbrandsdalen Museums