This opulent manor was constructed for the merchant shipowner Lars Berentsen. Its authentic late-19th-century interiors include old...
Stavanger Maritime Museum
This worthwhile museum spread over two warehouses dating from around 1800 covers 200 years of Stavanger's maritime history. There's a...
This well-presented museum traces 11,000 years of human history, including the Viking Age. Exhibits include skeletons, tools, a...
This venue has been around for 30-odd years, making it older than most of the current regulars. Still, everyone in Stavanger ends up...
Torget Fish Market
With just a tiny wet market, this place is not a patch on the Bergen version. The prime waterfront restaurant, however, does a good...
Eiganesveien 45 · interesting places nearby
The empire-style Ledaal was constructed between 1799 and 1803 for wealthy merchant shipowner Gabriel Schanche Kielland. Recently restored, and featuring unusual antique furniture, it serves as the local royal residence and summer home.