Norwegian Museum of Road History

Norwegian Museum of Road History information

Around Lillehammer , Norway
+47 61 28 52 50
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admission free
Opening hours
10am-6pm mid-May–Aug, 10am-3pm Sep–mid-May
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Some 15km north of Lillehammer, just off the E6, is Hunderfossen, home to the Norwegian Museum of Road History , which tells the story of Norway’s battle to forge roads through its challenging geography. Up the hill and part of the same complex, the Fjellsprengnings-museet (Rock-blasting Museum) is a 240m-long tunnel that gives you a real insight into the difficulties of building a tunnel through the Norwegian mountains. The walk, guided with lighting, models and video commentary, takes around 30 minutes.