Agatun is one of the few remaining farm communities of which there were so many in earlier times in Norway.
Agatunet Village provides unique examples of western Norwegian building traditions. Thirty listed buildings provide an example of building traditions in western Norway ranging from the Middle Ages to present-day. The unique court of appeals lodge was built by the knight Sigurd Brynjulvson Aga around the year 1250.
Let our guides tell you the stories of this place, and show you the historical buildings, including the very special Legists house, and the exhibitions.
Good to know
- The guided tours starts hourly from 10.00 to 16.00, and takes about 45 min
- The guided tours provides information in English and Norwegian. Other languages such as French and German must be ordered prior the visit.
- A new art exhibition is introduced every year
- Agatunet has a cosy café