The Sognefjord offers many children's activities and is a fantastic area for family holidays. By the fjord, the whole family can join RIB tours, kayak tours and fjord cruises, where you can see seals, porpoises or eagles. Join experienced guides on Blue Ice Family Trip on the Nigardsbreen glacier, or great walks in Aurlandsdalen, Jotunheimen and the other mountains around the Sognefjord. Visit the open-air swimming pool in Øvre Årdal, Lustrabadet, or Høyangerbadet. Try out the swimming lanes, heated pool, outdoor pool, children's pool, and slides.

In Lustrabadet you will find activities and attractions for both young and grown

Here you can enjoy cruises on the Fjærlandsfjord, or experience the Sognefjord's wildest and most beautiful arm, the Nærøyfjord. Treat yourself to a fjord cruise in a unique setting of steep, snow-capped mountains, wild waterfalls and vibrant cultural landscapes. If you choose to kayak, you glide quietly over the fjord in a low-impact way. You can feel the fresh water in the Sognefjord and see the porpoises playing around the kayak. Guaranteed magical moments for the whole family.

IceTroll offers kayaking on Nigardsbrevatnet between ice floes from the glacier

If the children want to get in close contact with animals, visit Sogn Folkemuseum where cows, horses, chickens and pigs graze. Take a trip to Lund Hjortefarm in Lærdal and Hjortefarmen in Urnes where you can join a deer safari and feed the deer, or travel to Skjolden to get to know the llamas at Gulbrandsgarden better. For play and fun, visit Vesterland playground in Kaupanger, with its labyrinths, ballpits, and slides. Or what about a trip with the Flåm railway for the whole family?

Have an educational holiday by visiting the Norwegian Glacier Museum in Fjærland, or the Breheim Center in Jostedalen, where you get to know the origin of the glacier and join an experiment with real glacier ice, or the Viking village Njardarheimr in Gudvangen, where you can try out life as a real Viking.

Viking Valley, Gudvangen - in the heart of the unique UNESCO listed Norwegian fjord landscape - is the setting for the town of Njardarheimr, bringing to life the real history and culture of the Viking age.