This museum is situated in Hunderfossen and represents the road and transport history of Norway.
The highlights of this open- air museum are:
- The networks constructed here are shown linking the antiquarian buildings.
- There are also other buildings in this large network such as a posting station, a mechanical workshop, house of road maintenance workers and a Cotter’s Farm.
- The indoor exhibition shows the history of about 1000 years with cars and machineries from various eras as well as snow blowers and ploughs.
- There is also a Traffic Safety Centre and a Video Room.
- The tunnel here is the place for the Norwegian Rock Blasting Museum.
How to Reach Norwegian Road Museum
- Take a bus from Hunderfossen Familiepark Lillehammer Norway.
- You can book a taxi to the location.
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50.9% of people who visit Lillehammer include Norwegian Road Museum in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
58.06% of people start their Norwegian Road Museum visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Norwegian Road Museum
93.04% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Norwegian Road Museum