Welcome to Stenberg open air museum - completely original!
In the district governor’s farm Stenberg you will find the original 1814 environment that has been recreated in the Eidsvoll building. The farmyard, the houses and the park are as they were in the early 19th century, and this was the home of constitution signatory Lauritz Weidemann, his wife Ditlevine and their children. Mjøsmuseet’s guide gives you a peek into the lives of the inhabitants of this singular residence.
For opening hours, see Mjøsmuseets web page
The café Ditlevines utsikt serves exquisite food based on recipes left by the family that lived at Stenberg. The hosts, known from Kulturstua in Ro, arrange unique and delicious food experiences that combine perfectly with a museum full of opportunities.
Season: All year
Duration: Recommended 1 hour
Combine your visit with an exquisite meal at the restaurant Ditlevine's view.
Capasity 60 persons.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good1
- Jan PGuardamar del Segura, SpainTrip Type:BusinessAmtmann Weidemanns herregård19/10/2014Her bodde en av dem som var med å lage Norges grunnlov i 1814.Stedet ble pusset opp til 17. mai 2014 og fremstår meget flott. Read full review
- Bente NTrip Type:Solo travelHygge og nysjerrighet22/10/2016Har du sansen for vår gamle historie og liker å drømme deg bort så er Steinberg stedet .Ypperlig sted for å gå tur alene , med hunden el.ta med barna på tur .Fint å ta lunsjen ute der i "de gamle... Read full review
- Åslaug RTrip Type:Friends getawayHot bread and kanelboller on fridays.10/08/2019This museum is an example of old wealthy farms and Even more about one of our creators of Grunnloven as the owner was a prominent partisipator in Eidsvoll 1814. Superb guiding gave is a memorable day. Read full review