Look into authentic workshops in the Town of the open-air museum.
In several of the houses in the Town there are exhibitions of various handicraft environments.
The bookbindery contains equipment and tools for traditional handbinding from the first half of the 20th century.
In the bindery you can see how a book was made from the sheets came from the print shop until the book was finished with spine and covers.
Enter the workshop of a photographer around 1900. Photography was a time-consuming process. In the studio you will see what equipment the photographers used.
Here is also a corner of old-fashioned clothes and hats you may try and take your own pictures in this historical photo studio with your own phone or camera. If you like you may share the pictures with the hashtag #maihaugen.
More workshops at Maihaugen (not open at the moment):
Earlier, the tailor trade was one of the most common crafts. Today, tailoring is considered exclusive. In the tailor's workshop at Maihaugen you will see equipment and tools at a tailor in the period after 1945.
In the tinsmith’s workshop you find tools from the turn of the 20th century.
Tinsmiths produced lanterns, buckets, strainers, pots, funnels etc. The largest workshops could offer over hundred different items.
At the hatter's workshop you may see how felt hats were made in period before 1910.
Hairdresser and barber shop
At the hairdresser there is equipment and interior in a hairdresser and barber shop from around the 1930s.
The painting workshop
In the painting workshop you can see equipment and tools painters at Lillehammer used in the period 1880 to 1930. They painted mainly houses, but also furniture, posters and decoration.
Besides all that a painter needed in his work, you can also see different techniques like painting grain, marbling and stencil paint in this workshop.
More activities in the Daily programme-calendar.