The hike to Lilletopp is a perfect warm-up for the major hike to Trolltunga! Or a perfect recreation hike the second day of your stay in Odda.
Hydropower and Industry were crucial to the shaping of Norway in the 20th Century; the Powermuseum tells the fascinating story of how it all began.
Experience the unique control room "Brettet" on a guided tour through the museum.
KraftLaben (Powerlab) science center invites children and adults to activities and experiments inside and outside. You find us in the town center of Odda.
Construction work was hard at the beginning of the last century. In 1906 the workers had minimal comfort and security. The navvys were the toughest workers of them all, and many stories have been told about them. You can read some here.
Knud Knudsen from Odda was one of the foremost photographers in Norway and a pioneer in the art of photography.
"The view is better than on Trolltunga - magic! Much easier and most important; this place is much less touristic"
Yury and Veronica from Izhevsk, Russia
Opening hours summer 2022 in Tyssedal are all days from 10 am to 5 pm. *Outside the main season the museum is open tuesdays to fridays from 10am to 4pm.
For generations, the magnificent power station by the fjord transformed roaring waterfalls into lighting and heating.
Norwegian Museum of Hydropower and Industry
Naustbakken 7, 5770 Tyssedal
Phone: +47 53 65 00 50