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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91.4% 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
Norwegian Road Museum Reviews & Ratings
If you like the history of cars that are connected to norway this is the place to go
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So amazing I can hardly believe it is for free! Very modern, full of technologies and funny quizes and games.
If you travel along the highways of Norway you'll find this museum facinating. Full of artifacts, information, media and activities. Outside there is an area to explore with some impressive road building machinery. Entrance and parking is free. Suitable for all ages and families. Staff were friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable. 3-4 hours easily filled. We were on holiday from Great Britain and would highly recommend this experience.
Excellent museum. Free entrance. Great artifacts a lots to see and do.