Gudbrandsdalsmusea is the regional museum for the Gudbrandsdal area. We are made up of a number of departments and exhibitions whose aim is to give an insight into the history of the area. Our departments include open air museums, private records archives and local archives for folk music, as well as exhibitions on various topics such as agriculture, local crafts and cooking traditions, mining, hunting and trapping, World War II, and Stave Churches. The Pilgrim centre for Gudbrandsdalen, located in Hundorp, is also part of the museum. Our 3 open air museums consist of a number of historic buildings dating from the 17th to the 19th centuries. During the season we have activities for children of all ages, and local volunteers demonstrate traditional baking and handicraft techniques.