Norwegian Museum of Childhood
Kids do seem to like it at this part museum, part indoor playground space, which has a range of activity-based exhibits centred on the...
If you're after a big, comfortable, convivial pub, Cardinal will please. An older crowd convene here to sample what's claimed to be...
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...
Haakon VII's gate · interesting places nearby
Stavanger Domkirke information
This beautiful church is an impressive but understated medieval stone cathedral dating from approximately 1125; it was extensively renovated following a fire in 1272 and contains traces of Gothic, baroque, Romanesque and Anglo Norman influences. Despite restoration in the 1860s and 1940, and the stripping of some features during the Reformation, the cathedral is, by some accounts, Norway's oldest medieval cathedral still in its original form.
Its interior, with wonderful stone columns, tapestries, elaborate baroque pulpit and stained-glass window depicting the main events of the Christian calendar, is moving.