Norwegian Olympic Museum
Bjerkebæk celebrates the life of Sigrid Undset, one of Norway's most notable authors, who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1928....
Olympic Flame Tower
The tower for the Olympic flame stands near the foot of the Lygårdsbakkene Ski Jump.
Lygårdsbakkene Ski Jump
The main ski jump (K120) drops 136m with a landing-slope angle of 37.5 degrees. The speed at takeoff is a brisk 86km/h, and the longest...
During the day this is the preserve of elbow-on-the-bar locals; when the sun sets, it kicks into action, becoming a crowded and...
This recommended spot has a clean-lined interior and a trendy menu that ranges from kangaroo fillet to Mexican dishes to reindeer. The...
Norwegian Olympic Museum information
The excellent Olympic museum is at the Håkons Hall ice-hockey venue. On the ground floor there is a well-presented display covering the ancient Olympic Games, as well as all of the Olympic Games of the modern era, with a focus on the exploits of Norwegian athletes and the Lillehammer games.
Upstairs, you can look down upon the ice-hockey arena, which is circled by corridors with displays and video presentations from the Lillehammer games.