Blokkodden Wilderness Museum is an open-air museum dedicated to Norwegian and Sami farming in the forests of Engerdal. The museum demonstrates how people lived, worked and farmed in this uncultivated region, from the 1600s to this day. The museum is located on a peninsula in Lake Drevsjø, with excellent opportunities for both swimming and fishing. The outdoor area is well adapted for wheelchairs and strollers.
Children will enjoy the Fairytale Forest. This is where the Blokkodden troll lives. He is good at hiding, but if you look carefully, he might appear! If you walk far into the Fairytale Forest, you will come across an old hag with her nose stuckin a tree stump, as well as other characters from the world of fairytales.
Blokkodden Wilderness Museum is located no more than an hour north of Trysil and is open during the summer season.
For more info, visit https://blokkodden.no/en