The roundtrip Culture East West Experience Norwegian culture, history and traditions! Lillehammer – Visit the Lillehammer Art Museum, one of the nation’s leading art museums with its paintings and art exhibits. Gorgeous architecture. Spend the night at Lillehammer Camping. Lillehammer/Øyer – Maihaugen is an open-air museum with 200 buildings from different eras. Spend the night at Hunderfossen Camping. Åndalsnes – The Sagelva Hydropower Center is situated high in the Romsdal valley, about 35 km south of Trollveggen Camping. It tells the story of a water-powered sawmill. Olden – Greet the goats at Gryta Camping. Experience culture up close in beautiful natural surroundings. The two goats are very friendly, and some claim they speak several languages. Brekke – At Skjerjehamn approx. an hour outside of Boten Camping, you can visit the King Olav statue made by Knut Steen. There is also an old trading town on Skjerjehamn that is restored and possible to visit. Bergen – The Veteran Steam Train is located just 300 metres from Bratland Camping, 1 ½ kilometres from Haukeland Station. Geilo – Geilojordet is an idyllic open-air museum, with houses from the 18th and 19th centuries. This is a gem in Geilo city centre, offering recreation, experiences and activities. Spend the night at Øen Turistsenter Hokksund – At the Norwegian Mining Museum, approx. 25 minutes outside of Hokksund Camping, you can get an insight into Norwegian mining through 335 years. The exhibitions take you back to a time when Christian the Fourth was King of Denmark and Norway, and Kongsberg was Norway’s second largest city.