Gjøvik Historiske samlinger
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Eiktunet museum
DescriptionEiktunet museum is the open air museum og local history in Gjøvik. It is situated on the hillside with magnificent view of the lake mjøsa and the sorroundings. Eiktunet´s 33 old builidings are collected from the district and represent a part of the rural community of the 18th and 19th centuris. The area is very interesting from an archeological point of view, with burial mounds and others remains from farm settlements. The octagolan exhibition hall contains permanent as well as temporary exhibition in one of the buildings you find local historical archives, with important source material for genealogy and local history. In offices above the cafeteria folk music enthusiasts are engaged in collectiong local traditional music. The magnificent nature makes the area ideal for nice strolls and recreation all year around.
Opening hoursMuseum: 01.06 - 31.08 daily, 11.00 - 15.00 Archive: Wednesday - Thursday, 09.00 - 15.00 Cafeteria: 01.06 - 31.08 daily, 11.00 - 15.00
Phone61 17 29 98
AdressØverbyvegen 108, 2825 Gjøvik

Gjøvik Gård
DescriptionGjøvik Gård is and old estate in the middle of the city center. On the estate you find builidings from the last three hundred years. Gjøvik Gård was the property of Casper Kauffeldt - founder of the town Gjøvik by National conscription officer Alf Mjøen. The mail builiding shows the home of the Mjøen/Hansen family whith furnishings from the turn of the century, paintings, a library and a collection of arms. "Drengestua"(servants´quarters) is a gallery with sals exhibitions and a small cafeteria with outdoor serving in the summer. The Gjøvik Hall ( Former henhous) has been rebuilt and is functioning as the town´s consert an exibition hall.
Opening hoursSeason: 15.06 - 15.08, Guided tours in the main building: daily at 11.00 - 15.00. Cafeteria: daily, 11.00 - 15.00
Phone61 18 96 96

DescriptionKauffeldtgården is a preserved empire builiding in the middle of the city centre. It was built in the 19th century by Casper Kauffeldt, founder of Gjøvik glass work, whiche was in operation from 1807 to 1843. The "Gjøvik period" is considered an important part of Norwegian glass history. Some of the products are on display in the building, as well as photos and articles describing the town´s development. One of the country´s largest collection og photographs with approx 400.000 negatives is located here together with administration of Gjøvik Historiske samlinger.
Opening hoursTuesday - Friday: 10.00 - 15.00
Phone61 18 96 96
AdressServiceboks, 2810 Gjøvik