The Heiberg Collection De Heibergske Samlinger

Plan your visit

Welcome to one of Norway’s oldest cultural heritage museums! Experience historical everyday life in Sogn through around 40 buildings and exciting exhibitions.

Location

The museum occupies around 28 acres of land at Vestreim, easy accessible from the main road.

Address

De Heibergske Samlinger - Sogn Folkemuseum
Mannhellervegen 643
6854 Kaupanger
Norway

Opening hours

1. October — 31. December
Tuesday–Friday 10am–3pm
Closed from December 18th to January 2nd 2023.

Ticket prices

  • Adults (18+): 100 NOK
  • Children aged 0-6: Free
  • Children aged 7-18: 50 NOK
  • Seniors/students: 75 NOK
  • Groups (min. 10 people): 75 NOK
  • Family*: 200 NOK
  • Season Pass: 300 NOK
  • Season Pass family*: 350 NOK
*Family: parents or grandparents with children

Contact information

Phone: +47 57 67 82 06
Email: dhs-sf@misf.no

Museum host: Anette Uglum Vikdal, anevik@misf.no

Parking

The museum offers free parking, accessible directly off the main road.

As this is a private parking lot, camping is not permitted.

Accessibility

The main building has a lift connecting all three floors.

The outdoor museum area has slopes and hills, resulting in somewhat reduced accessibility.

Café Heiberg

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Our museum café, Kafé Heiberg, offers a simple selection of freshly made traditional pancakes, coffee and other tasty snacks.

Sogn Museum of Cultural History has one of the most striking outdoor cafés in Sogndal, with a great view of the area. The café follows the museum’s opening hours, but does not require a ticket.

Gift shop

Varer av smijern og dreia trefat og bolle.

The gift shop offers a wonderful collection of books, magazines, gift items and traditional toys, as well as wooden, textile and metal craftsmanship produced on-site. The shop follows museum opening hours, but does not require a ticket.

Map of area