What to do and see in Elverum, Eastern Norway: The Best Places and Tips
Elverum is a city and municipality in Hedmark county, Norway. It is part of the traditional region of Østerdalen. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town of Elverum. The municipality of Elverum was established on 1 January 1838.
1. Norsk Skogmuseum
4.5 based on 72 reviews
The Norwegian Forest Museum has a national responsibility for presenting the history of hunting, trapping, fishing, forestry and forest industry. With more than 110 000 visitors annually, the museum is one of the largest in all of Norway. Klevfos Industrial Museum at Adalsbruk and the Sorlistoa Museum in Osen, are owned by the same foundation running the Norwegian Forest Museum.
Reviewed By CoSuJa - Oslo, NorwayOslo, Norway
Worth a visit
This museum i definitely worth a visit. Many interresting exhibits both inside and outside. I think some of the exhibits are a bit dark, but that's minor and I recommend the museum.
4 based on 25 reviews
The Glomdal Museum is one of the country’s largest open-air museums, and displays a four hundred year-old period of building- and living tradition in osterdalen and Solor. The museum aims to make visible that through centuries, Norway has been a multicultural country.
Reviewed By Trondoc - Tonsberg, NorwayTonsberg, Norway
A good view into the old days
A nice museum with Antiquarian buildings from farming communities in nearby district . The building have been moved, restored and systematically rebuilt in yard, and sorted geographically. The idea has been to convey the folk culture in the area. Very ple
3. Sagtjernet Lake
4 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By 527reemq
Swimming lake for families.
It's a good lake suitable for families and children swimming with an open playing area for kids, this place does not contains café or restaurant so it's recommended to bring your food and drinks with you also beach stools or chairs. There is a cars parkin
4. Elverum Church
4 based on 7 reviews
Reviewed By Fortunamor - Lier Municipality, NorwayLier Municipality, Norway
Beatiful old church
Very nice church. A very typical norwegian church. Place for silence, but a lot of old art to look at. (Ex. Painted windows)
5. Bergesjoen Lake
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Reviewed By mariannemoen85 - Elverum Municipality, NorwayElverum Municipality, Norway
Kano tur og bading
Synes bergesjøen er ett veldig fint og rent sted. Har vært der siden jeg var lita og alltid likt meg der. Og nå er mine barn veldig fornøyd med stedet. Det er veldig langgrunt og alright og bade der for både store og små. Brygger krakker og toaletter er o
6. Elverum Cultural House
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Reviewed By Jesse_traveler038 - London, United KingdomLondon, United Kingdom
sla maar over
Voor cultuur moet je niet in Elverum zijn. Sla maar over zou ik zeggen.Leuker is het Glomdalmuseum.
7. AMFI Elverum
4 based on 1 reviews
Reviewed By Robert K
Tee kjøpesenter er ikke et kjøpesenter. Amfi er hyggelig med serviceinnstilt betjening. Kjøpesenteret er reint og akkurat passe stort.
8. Climbing Wall at Terningen Arena
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Reviewed By SvanhildHavnV - Lillehammer, NorwayLillehammer, Norway
Tipp topp moderne anlegg.
For et anlegg - der finnes alt. 2 klatrevegger med meget god kvalitet. Anlegget hadde mye variert. Besøk de.
9. Elverum Tourist Office
2.5 based on 2 reviews
Welcome to the Elverum region. The Elverum region consists of three municipalities: Elverum, Valer and Amot. It covers 3,275 km2 and has approximately 28,500 inhabitants. Elverum is often called the forest capital and the entire region plays a very important part in Norway's forest industry. The forest is not just for timber production but is also home to an abundance of wildlife and endless hiking opportunities. Elverum is the biggest city in the region and is therefore regarded as the regional centre. The river Glomma flows through our region. Along with the Rena river and other waterways, there are plenty of opportunities for water activities like fishing, swimming and canoeing.
Reviewed By DzikieOwce - Bergen, NorwayBergen, Norway
Kjente ikke til sitt eget tilbud om utleie av sykkel
Skjerpings, Turistinformasjonen! Jeg ønsket å leie 2 sykler, for Elverum er jo et flott sted å sykle i. På Turistinformasjonens side står det at Larsen Sport utenfor sentrum leier ut sykler, men jeg tenkte jeg kunne sjekke om noen andre i sentrum også dre
10. Finnskogen Adventures
5 based on 3 reviews
Norway is a fabulous travel destination, and in Finnskogen, the deep forest that extends from Trysil in the north to Morokulien in the south, you find trails and forest roads for waking or bike riding. You will also find ponds and lakes for freshwater fishing or for paddling by kayak or canoe.
Reviewed By Hein S
This is a excellent area for hiking, kayaking and kanoe trips in Norwegian inlands.
I am a experienced hiker, kano- and kayaker. This is a very nice alternative to coastal trips with good opportunities for wild nature- and animal adventures. Fishing, photo and "surviving in large forest areas". This are a area with nice people, wild natur and hospitality.