Sverresborg Trøndelag Folk Museum
Trøndelag Folk Museum is one of the largest cultural history museums in Norway. It shows the building traditions in Trøndelag, from town and country, from mountain to coast and from Sami huts to city mansions. The museum dates back to 1909, when a group of Trondheim residents started to collect "characteristic examples of the way houses were built in earlier times".
In 1914 the area surrounding the ruins of King Sverre's medieval casle was appropriated for the site of the new open-air museum. The area covers around 75 acres, but so far only half of this has been fenced in and used. Read more...........
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