Iron Age Farm Overview
This unique place in Stavanger is a reconstructed farmstead from the Migration Period, which dates back to around 350 to 550 AD. Located around 3 kilometres from the heart of the city, the farm offers beautiful views of the Hafrsfjord and the Northern Jæren region. Furthermore, the Iron Age Farm is the only one of its kind in the country, and has been reconstructed on the original archaeological site.

There are three houses on the farm, which are partially built underground, and all of which have domestic utensils and equipment from the Iron Age. You can also see a fire burning on the original fireplaces here. Sometimes, you might also be offered food that has been cooked on the fireplace. A visit here will enable you to experience a life almost similar to the one that people had around 1500 years ago.

Location: Ullandhaugveien 165, 4021 Stavanger, Norway

Entry fee: INR 340 to INR 900
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