We have put together a list over the top 20 things to see and experience in Innherred. Everything from Stiklestad to wild nature and summer farms in the mountains.

Stiklestad – The cradle of Norway’s history

At Stiklestad you can learn about and experience Norway’s most important historical event every day. Purchase tickets to Stiklestad in summer, the St. Olav Festival and book accommodation online on www.snk.no.

The Golden Road/Den Gyldne Omvei

Along The Golden Road you will find participants offering local food, art and cultural experiences, combining tradition and innovation. If you are a group you can book a guided tour at the tourist information office in Steinkjer!

Saemien Sijte

Saemien Sijte is a South Sami museum and cultural centre in bilingual Snåsa. Individual, large and small groups are welcomed year-round.  Knowledge about South Sami culture and history, past and present, is depicted through various temporary exhibitions.

The Falstad Centre

World War II memorial site, human rights centre and museum located in the former Nazi prison camp of Falstad in Ekne, Levanger. Today the site is a place for learning, thought and reflection focusing on the history of war and imprisonment during the period of
1941-1945.

The Bøla reindeer

On an almost vertical rock wall looms the Bøla reindeer, one of Norway’s best known rock carvings. It is part of a larger field of rock carvings from more than 6000 years ago, which also includes a bear, a bird and a skier.

The historic wooden house town Levanger

Experience the charming, old wooden buildings in downtown Levanger. The town houses were built after the last town fire in 1897 and have been well preserved up to the present day. You will see styles like Swiss, Neo-Gothic and Art nouveau.
Book your guided city tour with Visit Innherred.

Egge museum

Egge Museum depicts history from the Stone Age to the present day, including, burial mounds, a complete 19th century farmstead, an agricultural exhibition and the County Governor’s estate dating from 1919.

Munkeby Herberge – the farm between the monasteries

The farm is located by the pilgrim route, between the ruins of the Munkeby monastery and the new Munkeby Maria monastery. They offer accommodation, local food and beverages and great hospitality to pilgrims and other travellers.

Spettespiret at Letnes – Treetop cabin

Stay among the birds in a cabin located in the treetops – far removed from the fuss and bother of everyday life. Birdeye view of the
Beitstadfjorden.

Ytterøya – The pearl of the Trondheimsfjorden

Experience the animal life and undulating cultural landscape from the seat of your bike. Bikes are available for hire at the tourist information office in Steinkjer and Inderøy. You can also explore Ytterøy by car.

Caving at Mokk farm

Join us for an exciting caving excursion at Mokk Farm. What about a swim under a waterfall in a cave? We can guide you on an adventure among rock chambers, lakes, high waterfalls and narrow passages – preferably full of water!

The summer mountain farms of Snåsa

In early June the first of the summer mountain farms in Snåsa open their doors to the public and the last ones close in late August.  Throughout the summer, it is possible to experience the unique mountain farm life and taste authentic mountain farm products in
Snåsa.

Garveriet Cafe and second-hand store

Seasonal café and second-hand store with art exhibitions located in beautiful surroundings in Viosen in Snåsa, at the edge of Lake Snåsavatnet. Come here for authenticity and feel-good atmosphere.

Experience Lake Snåsavatnet

Lake Snåsavatnet is Norway’s sixth largest lake. Hire a canoe at Føllingstua or a boat at Oldernæs Strandcamp or Kvam Motell & Camping, catch big trout, swim and enjoy everything this picturesque lake has to offer. Perhaps you will see the sea serpent Kudulla?

The medieval churches 

The large concentration of medieval churches bears witness to the prosperity of the region in the 12th century, from Alstadhaug in the south via Stiklestad, Mære, Hustad and Sakshaug in the north. Contact the tourist information office in Steinkjer for summer opening hours.

Experience Food & Drink at the Cultural Farm Bjerkem

In a former barn transformed into a rustic restaurant and bar, the gourmet restaurant Experience offer 7 – 16 course, ever changing seasonal tasting menues, with the possibility of matching different quality wines from around the world.

Nils Aas Kunstverksted (art gallery and studio)

Nils Aas (1933 – 2004) is considered one of Norway’s most important sculptors. Nils Aas Kunstverksted is located in the centre
of Straumen, Inderøy. It features permanent exhibition of art by Nils Aas, including the works “Bauta” and “Syklus”, and temporary exhibitions of contemporary Norwegian art.

Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park

Blåfjella-Skjækerfjella National Park is one of Norway’s largest national parks and the landscape includes everything from primeval forest to high mountains and scree. Enter the national park from Steinkjer, Verdal and Snåsa.

Facinating stops along the road FV 72 in Verdal

Along the road FV 72, Jamtlandsveien, there are many monuments and several great hiking destinations. The large number of monoliths and monuments attest to the importance of the road between Norway & Sweden throughout the ages.

Oftenåsen and the worlds largest garden chair 

The worlds largest garden chair sits on top of Oftenåsen mountain, with panorama views of Steinkjer city, the fjord, Ogndalen and southwards towards lake Leksdalsvatnet, with Hermannsasa mountain towering in the background.

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