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Fetsund Lenser - Flow museum

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A pearl by the islander in Fetsund. 25 km from Oslo.

An amazingly nice place in the summer. Great museum. Also try the good waffles. Something you... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Tom Roger E
Fetsund, Norway
Great place!

I was in the area for work. I discovered the place by chance! Nice place to visit to learn about... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2017
Laure D
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1 week ago
“A pearl by the islander in Fetsund. 25 km from Oslo.”
13 Oct 2017
“Great place!”
Fetsund lenser Experience the national cultural heritage site of the only timber boom facility in Norway. Learn about the work and life of the once largest industries in Norway’s history. Situated outside Fetsund in the river Glomma, the facility...more
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Lundveien 3, Fetsund 1900, Norway
+47 63 88 75 50
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Reviewed 1 week ago

An amazingly nice place in the summer. Great museum. Also try the good waffles. Something you really should not miss is to take a trip with the boat MS Øyern. Incredibly nice trip out in the delta. You can buy beer and wine aboard the...More

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Reviewed 14 October 2017

I was in the area for work. I discovered the place by chance! Nice place to visit to learn about timber transportation of the Glomma river. Beautiful surrounding landscape

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Solfrid L, Leder  at Fetsund Lenser - Flow museum, responded to this reviewResponded 16 October 2017

Thank you for nice feedback. Welcome back.

Reviewed 16 September 2015

Industrial museum showing the history where the timber was transported by the river Glomma to the sawmills. Here you can see a colletion of old boats and walk on the water as the workers once did. A uniq to enjoy nature next to the biggest...More

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Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

Impressivley large and wellmaintained riverinstallations from the days of timberfloating. It is nice to walk on floating timberlogs on the river while exploring the place. We visited with two small children and they were so fascinated too. Then there is an interesting wildlifecentre (by architect...More

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Reviewed 30 July 2015 via mobile

The real-life timber fleeting facility is a must for anyone with a tiny interest in unique nature experience or history. If you just like to "walk on water". This is where to do it (if not in Northern Isreal). The indoor exhibition in the museum...More

1  Thank Sunesen
Reviewed 6 August 2014

Great place, wonderfully preserved timber assembly and production plants from ancient times. A must see! This is about as ancient industry as you can see around here, and it is a very beautiful place in some marvellous wetlands. Timber walkways placed in the waterways allows...More

2  Thank Trond B
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