Egge museum

  • Egge museum
    Olav Breen
  • Egge museum
  • Egge museum
    Egge museum
  • Egge museum
    Egge museum
  • Egge museum
    Egge museum
  • Kystriksveien Reiseliv
  • Egge museum
  • Egge museum
    Olav Breen
  • Egge museum
  • Egge museum
  • Egge museum
  • Egge museum
  • Egge museum

Egge museum is open 19 June - 7 August Tuesday - Sunday at 11-15.

Entrance: Adults NOK 70, - Children / youth under 18 years free when accompanying paying adult. Events may have different prices.

The main building
Here you will find exhibitions, information and ticket sales. The cafe has ice cream, soft drinks, coffee, the best waffles in town and warm apple cake with ice cream. Also take a look at the museum shop! From the start of the season, there will be an elevator in the building, so everyone can visit all three floors.

Exhibitions
On the 3rd floor you will find the exhibition "Old Steinkjer - portraits of a city". Here you can immerse yourself in the city's history in several ways. In a nostalgic city street you can look into charming workshops and shops from the interwar Steinkjer, and the children can take on the role of country merchant.

On the middle floor with the public reception, you will find two new exhibitions this summer. These tell of an exciting discovery from the Viking Age - "Gullgubbene på Mærin", and Viking Age history of Egge farm. 

At the bottom floor you will find the exciting agricultural exhibition "Tractor". Here you can see a representative selection of tractors and agricultural machinery that shows how agriculture was modernized with engine assistance - up to the hottest and newest John Deere!

Popular play corners
In the main building there are three play corners for the children. In the city street they have their own shop where they can put on an apron and act as a merchant. In the café there is a play corner under the stairs, and down in the tractor exhibition they can, among other things, drive around on a tractor.

Outdoor museum
Have fun outside at the museum this summer, and feel free to use it as a hiking destination. Here, a pleasant outdoor area has been arranged, which is accessible to guests regardless of the museum's opening hours. Pigs, chickens, sheep and rabbits can be greeted. Every Saturday and Sunday you can join and feed the animals at 11 a.m.

The houses around the museum are not open to the public this summer, except for masstua, here a new exhibition has appeared that tells about laundry in the 50s. Feel free to drop by!

Information about activities at the museum is continuously published in the event calendar and on the museum's Facebook page.

We encourage our guests to follow the authorities' advice regarding infection control. Be prepared to wait if there are a lot of visitors. Use prepared rubbing alcohol!

If you are a larger group that intends to come here, get in touch so we can make sure you get a good offer.

Welcome!

 

 

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