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.

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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.

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The Blue Shop

You can find Scandinavia's largest selection of cobalt blue glass in The Blue Shop at the Cobalt Works. Surrounded by a historical display of porcelain and glass, it is truly a shop to get lost in like a dream.

The Cobalt Works

General Store

There is a fun shop in a historic location at Haugfosstråkka. The shop has been here for over 250 years. Stop in, experience the general store atmosphere and be amazed by how many different things you can find here, from old fashioned boiled sweets to toys.

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The Gemstone and Jewellery Shop

Right next door to the General Store at Haugfosstråkka is this hidden pearl of a shop. Here you can hunt for treasure and find a unique piece of jewellery for formal occasions or for every day.

The Cobalt Works

Museum Shop

At the entrance of the art exhibition at the Cobalt Works is our Museum Shop where tickets are sold. Here we have a wide selection of art books, postcards, posters and other souvenirs related to our art exhibitions over the course of 40 years.

The Cobalt Works

Tourist Information Office

The Tourist Information Office is located in this old timber barn, which is the first thing you will encounter upon entering the Cobalt Works. Here you can find information, buy tickets or visit the kiosk, shop or restroom.

The Cobalt Works

Storehouse Shop

The Storehouse Shop the Nyfossum Director's Residencce has both a ticket booth and shop. However, you will find the majority of our wares in the cosy garden outside the shop.

The Cobalt Works

Mine Shop and information

Tickets for all guided tours in the Cobalt Mines are sold in the Mine Shop, which is located inside the Miners' Inn at Gruvetråkka.

The Cobalt Mines