Use your mobile phone to get to know the historic wooden houses in the town centre of Levanger.

The townhouses in the centre of Levanger were built after the last city fire in 1897 and are well preserved to this day. They give the wooden house town its distinctive character with different styles such as Swiss, New Gothic and Art Nouveau.

Today, as many as 157 buildings in the city center are preserved as a cultural-historical memory and are one of the few remaining large wooden house settlements in central Norway. The wooden house town has received the quality mark Olavsrosa.

You can now get to know some of the best-preserved houses through a self-guided city tour using your mobile phone and a QR scanner.

See a list over the houses that are QR- marked here.

Download a map overview here.