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Gjøvik Olympiske Fjellhall is an ice rink built for the hockey matches for the 1994 Winter Olympics.
Exciting, imaginative and beautiful environments filled with activities and experiments in natural science, technology and mathematics. The centre is perfect for playful, curious children and adults of all ages. A perfect excursion for nurseries and schools but also for team building for companies and associations.
The pot-pourri pot from Gjøvik's glassworks is a stylish example that Casper Kauffeldt's concept from the early 19th century still carries on into a new millennium. The glass oven was first lit at Gjøvik's glassworks over 200 years ago – come along to experience a traditional craft performed by some of the best glass blowers in the country. In the shop, you will find everything from traditional cobalt blue products to new and exciting design. We also arrange group tours.
The special atmosphere of the chocolate factory and the unique flavour signifies Gjøvik chocolate and the factory has become one of the city's most popular tourist attractions.
Sogstad Manor is a medium-sized farm at Lena in Østre Toten, Oppland. Here you can purchase locally produced fresh vegetables, apple sauce, jam, spices, unique cheeses and fresh eggs.
Skibladner is a steamer which is more than 150 years old and offers an experience that's not to be missed. On board, you can enjoy the beautiful landscape, see the steam engine in use, admire the elegant lounges below deck, post postcards in the boat's own postbox and experience real steamboat traffic just like in the 19th century. You can also have a delicious dinner in the dining hall. On board, exciting musical events and entertainment are being organised all year round.