Landa Park is located close to the Lysefjord, and is a great base for the hike to the iconic Preikestolen.
The archaeological discoveries are unique and can point to a history 2,000 year back in time - from the Bronze Age, about 1500 f.Kr, to Migration Period, about 600 AD.
Reconstruction aims to recreate something of the atmosphere that prevailed 3000 years ago. The first building, a Bronze Age house, was displayed in 1995. See history come alive!
Every Sunday in summer they offer activities (weather permitting):
- Guided tour
- Bow and arrow
- Bake bread and pancakes over fire
- Create your own necklace of ravstone
- Create jars in ceramics
- Throw horseshoes
You can stay at Landa Park Camping.