Ledaal House Overview
The Ledaal House, one of the most offbeat tourist places in Stavanger, was built as a summer residence for the Kielland family in the year 1799. It is one of the few remnants of and preserved examples of how elite families of Norway used to live in the early 19th centuries. Still exuding opulence and furnished in rich décor, the mansion functions as a museum today, in addition to being the official residence of the King in Stavanger.

The property is currently owned by the state in trust. In addition to visiting its historic gardens, you can also visit numerous other gardens that are connected to the property via a trail. For visitors, the property is a good place to explore the taste and style of the bygone eras. Additionally, this 18th century building also has numerous exhibitions that are spread over three floors that you can enjoy.

Location: Eiganesveien 45, 4009 Stavanger, Norway

Timing: 12:00 p.m. to 05:00 p.m.
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