All year you find open doors to several of Maihaugen's historical houses. You can not enter, but may have a peek through the door.
In the summer you can see Maihaugen's animals out in the fields in the open-air museum.
Outdoor photo exhibition on the history of the open-air museum.
Exhibition on the cabin's role in Norwegian families, and the joys and sorrows that come with it.
Step into the Ice Age and experience Norway's great history!
Look into authentic workshops in the Town of the open-air museum.
Stories about buildings, tools, boats and techniques developed and used when fishing.
Take a walk through the 1890s forest and learn about the woods as a resource and workplace.
Visiting old and newer play houses are fun for both little ones and grown ups.
The house is closed for further restoration.
The museum shop is located in the visitor center. It is open all year.
The café at Maihaugen has beautiful views of Garmo Stave Church, the lake Mjøsa and the city.
Daily programme at the Olympic museum at Maihaugen.