Do you fancy Gregorian song in medieval ruins? Explore the photosynthesis through a hightech, 8-metre tree sculpture? Visit the town and exhibition of “The King’s choice” from WW2? Petting the lambs or rabbits in a traditional, Norwegian summer farm, and taste the freshly stone-baked bread? Listen to the legendary voice of Kirsten Flagstad in her birth home? Learn about life in the “old days”? These and a thousand other things are is what Anno – Museums of Hedmark offer at our 23 venues. From Eidskog in the south to Tolga in the north, you can expect a range of experiences within local, regional, national and international themes. Our biggest museums are the Norwegian Forest Museum and the Glomdal Museum in Elverum, and Domkirkeodden in Hamar. Our museums have many different offers within cultural and natural history:
Domkirkeodden – medieval museum with a herb garden and internationally renowned architecture, and an open-air Festival takes place every June.
Kirsten Flagstad Museum is devoted to one of opera’s greatest stars, her life an career.
Norwegian Emigrant Museum tells the story of emigration, main focus on the more than 1 million Norwegian emigrants since 1825.
Klevfos Industrial Museum and the Munch Centre in Løten.
Norwegian Forest Museum is truly a family museum, devoted to hunting, fishing, outdoor life and the forest. The Nordic Hunting and Fishing Days takes place every August.
Glomdal Museum is a regional open-air museum with 93 buildings in the beautiful park, in addition to the modern museum building with various exhibitions, permanent and temporary..
Sørlistøa Log Drive Museum. Offers boat trips in the summer.
National Women’s History Museum recently renovated all its exhibitons and is located in the home of the bohemian Dagny Juel.
Kongsvinger Museum – is located in Old town, near the fortress. Town- and regional history.
Odal Village Museum has three different locations including a summer farm and a school museum.
Eidskog Museum is an ecomuseum with venues all over the municipality of Eidskog, including the home of poet Hans Børli.
Museums of North Østerdal consists of open-air museums and other venues in the municipalities of Rendalen, Alvdal, Folldal, Tynset, Tolga and Os.
Blokkodden Wilderness Museum at Drevsjø, offers outdoor experiences for everybody, including fishing spots suitable for wheelchairs. Indoor exhibition on Sami and Norwegian life in the region.
Trysil Village Museum is the oldest in Norway and displays old building traditions and way of life.