Estate from Østerdal, Norsk Folkmuseum
This is a real city of open-air exhibits - a well-maintained Park that contains over one and a half hundred buildings recreated in detail from all over Norway. The buildings of the 17th and 18th centuries are located according to the regions of the country.
Usadba rustic - barns and sheds, transported from Astadala.
Turf-covered roofs look most spectacular in spring, when the roofs are real flower beds.
Here you can see old barns, traditional stores of supplies "stabbur" (Stabbur).
The first building is a loft-type residential building, one of the oldest in the Museum, Dating from the beginning of the 14th century, the second is a barn, built in 1797.
Loft - a two-storey residential building with a closed gallery around the second floor. This allowed better heat retention.
The territory of the Museum is equipped with places for recreation and playgrounds, local residents often come here just to walk with children.