Must see attractions in Sørlandet

Church in Sørlandet
Åna-Sira Church
Ana Sira Church (Åna-Sira kirke, Åna-Sira Church) is a church and cemetery of the same name in the village of Ana Sira. The white wooden church was built in...
Church in Sørlandet
Hidra Church
Hidra Church (Hidra kirke) is a church in Agder County, on the island of Hidra. It was built in 1854....
Fort in Kristiansand
Kristiansand Cannon Museum
The Kristiansand Cannon Museum (Kristiansand Kanonmuseum) is a fort Mevik that was built between 1941 and 1944 by the German Navy. The coastal artillery...
The cathedral in Kristiansand
Kristiansand Cathedral
Kristiansand Cathedral (Kristiansand Domkirke) is a cathedral of the Lutheran Church in the Neo—Gothic style, which is located in the center of Kristiansand....
Zoo in Kristiansand
Kristiansand Dyrepark Zoo
Kristiansand Dyrepark is a 61—hectare complex that includes a zoo, an amusement park, a water park, a Cardamom City, the "World of Captain Sabretooth" and the...
Museum in Kristiansand
Kristiansand museum
The Kristiansand Museum is an open—air museum of the royal residence. Here you can visit 40 different houses: old wooden buildings, two farmyards, an old chip,...
Lighthouse in Sørlandet
Lindesnes Lighthouse
Lindesnes Lighthouse (Lindesnes Fyr) is a lighthouse located at the southernmost point of continental Norway. It is also the oldest surviving lighthouse in...
Museum in Sørlandet
Mandal museum
The Mandal Museum is a "small town with great artists." The museum is located in the famous merchant's house, which was built in 1801-1805. The exhibits of the...
Bridge in Sørlandet
The Adolphe Tidemand Bridge
The Adolph Tidemand Bridge is a pedestrian frame bridge built in 2013 in honor of Adolph Tidemand, a Norwegian artist....