Outermost on the Domkirkeodden headland lie the ruins of old Hamar cathedral. Under the grand protective glass structure, medieval Hamar is communicated through words and music. Explore artefacts from the Viking era exhibited in Storhamarlåven, architect Sverre Fehn’s masterpiece, and experience one of the country’s largest herb gardens – a feast for the senses.
Stay at one of the town-centre hotels, and combine a visit to Anno Domkirkeodden with a walk or bicycle ride along some of the Pilgrims’ Trail. Treat yourself to an exquisite meal at Restaurant Hamarstua – an à la carte restaurant set in the museum grounds – or bring a picnic to enjoy in the open-air museum. Refreshments can be purchased at the museum shop.
- Full access to lake Mjøsa; excellent swimming opportunities.
- 60 antique buildings set in a beautiful park – ideal for a picnic.
- Hamar Medieval Festival the second weekend of June, every year.
2.3 km from Hamar railway station / approx. 2 km from Hamar town centre. Private parking. Bybuss B1 stops approx. 600 m from the museum. 500 m to Maxi storsenter shopping centre, and 1 km to the Norwegian Railway Museum. A walk along the beautiful lakeside of Mjøsa is highly recommended.
Guided tours of the medieval section, folk museum, and herb garden. Can be combined with an unforgettable musical experience in Hamardomen, the glass cathedral.
Open for all during the summer season (mid-May – mid-September); pre-booked groups welcome all year round.
LINDA FREDRIKSBERG – Head of Booking
+47 480 48 094
Photos below: 1. Hamardomen. Photo: Anno Domkirkeoddens fotoarkiver, 2. Sverre Fehn, Photo:AnnoDomkirkeoddens fotoarkiv, 3. Urtehagen. Photo:Hildur Hauksdottir, Anno Domkirkeodden.
Posted by Bente S. Kvamme