In Gudbrandsdalen valley, the culture is visible no matter where you look. Experience Gudbrandsdalen's exemplary farmsteads, museums, sights and architecture.
Gudbrandsdalsmusea runs 14 museums and departments in Gudbrandsdalen, including in Lesja, Vågå and Lom. Lesja Village Museum is an open-air museum with various notched-log buildings around an open courtyard. During the summer, the houses and courtyard are a hive of activity, including baking demonstrations. Lom Village Museum is a rural open-air museum located in Presthaugen, just 300 metres from Fossbergom in Lom. At the Norwegian Mountain Centre in Lom you will find an exhibition about glacial archaeology, films from the mountains, a museum shop and an art exhibition.
In Folldal Mines you can learn about a unique mining community from the 19th century. Join us aboard the mine train to explore inside the old mines. If you're lucky you might even see the mine troll. Check out the mammoth on display, recreated to look as it did thousands of years ago.
Sights and architecture
Sculptures, magnificent churches and architectural masterpieces are just some of the sights you'll find on your travels in north Gudbrandsdalen valley. Magnificent churches can be found in just about every village. Sculptures can be found at various points around the region. Contemporary architecture can be found, amongst other places, along the national tourist routes and at Viewpoint Snøhetta.