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Ábendingar heimamanna

July 12, 2019
In Kinsarvik village, underneath steep mountain hills, right next to the Hardanger fjord - is The Mikkelpark. The Mikkel Park is a small family park for families with young children. You will find lots of fun activities and entertainment in the park. You will find more information at
David Joakim
David Joakim
January 30, 2019
Good for young kids.
Jorun Irene Lundal
Jorun Irene Lundal
July 20, 2015
Take your children to experience Mikkelparken in Kinsarvik. Lots of fun for the whole family.
July 6, 2015
Familypark With lots of fun activities for children.
April 9, 2015
Moro for barnefamilier - for families with kids

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“Beautiful waterfall on the way to the Hardangerfjord and Odda. (50 min away)”
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Natural Feature
“CNN voted Langfoss in Åkrafjorden to be one of the ten most beautiful waterfalls in the world in March 2011. With its 612 m drop (2008 feet), Langfoss is the fifth largest waterfall in Norway. It is located at the end of Åkrafjord. There is an easy-to-climb footpath all the way to the top, where the views are magnificent. CNN: Instead of falling in a straight drop like most waterfalls, Langfoss slips down a cliff, maintaining contact with the rocks the entire way down, before spilling into Akra Fjord. Langfoss isn't the biggest waterfall in Norway, but its combined height (2,008 feet) and width (205 feet) are an impressive combination. ”
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History Museum
“An open medieval village, with art exhibitions and daily tours. Once the seat of a rich, powerful lord of Western Norway. "Classic boat cruise" - habour. ”
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“This museum, located in Utne (only 9 km from Vines) has a wide collection of folk costums and the unique Hardanger violin. There is also an Open Air museum with 20 buildings showing everyday life from middle ages and up to the 20th century. ”
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“Hydropower and Industry were crucial to the shaping of Norway in the 20th Century; at the Norwegian museum of Hydropower and Industry you will hear the fascinating story of how it all began.”
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