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It is 8 km between the Cobalt Works (B) and the Cobalt Mines (K). To get the most out of the experience we recommend you set aside one day for each of the locations.
At the Cobalt Works you will find the annual art exhibition, historical exhibitions, the Children’s Farm, homemade food at the Barrelmakers’ Inn and The Blue Shop.
Enjoy domestic treasures from the world of art when the Cobalt Works and Mines celebrates 50 years as a museum.
The Cobalt Mines stretch across a three-kilometre area in Skuterudåsen. It was here that cobalt ore was found in 1772 and became the basis of the Cobalt Works.
Theodor Kittelsen’s ‘Nøkken’ (Water Spirit) will be in the spotlight when the Kittelsen Museum at the Cobalt Mines celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018.
A fascinating, educational and easily accessible tour through a distinctive mining landscape.
Our newest cultural trail offering stunning viewpoints and cultural relics.
This is the place to enjoy one of Norway’s largest collections of originals by Kittelsen, an illustrator of fairy tales.
Our most spectacular tour where you will power your way through drifts, shafts and huge mountain halls along the way. Are you ready for a subterranean safari?
The Mining Yard tells the industrial history of the mining operations and the people involved in the work from 1773 to 1893.
The Miners' Inn lies in the heart of the Cobalt Mines. The Miners' Inn is a natural meeting point and a great place to start off an eventful day for the whole family at the Cobalt Mines.
Tickets for all guided tours in the Cobalt Mines are sold in the Mine Shop, which is located inside the Miners' Inn at Gruvetråkka.