Skibladner is the world’s oldest paddle steamer still running. The paddle steamer has sailed lake Mjøsa since 1856. A journey onboard this vessel is a great way to experience the beautiful landscape surrounding lake Mjøsa. Traditional food like salmon and strawberries is served onboard.
The Kirsten Flagstad Museum
The world famous opera singer Kirsten Flagstad has her own museum in Hamar. The Kirsten Flagstad Museum is located in the house where she was born, Strandstuen, and houses the world’s largest collection of private artifacts, props, costumes, records, photographs and other material related to Kirsten Flagstad.
Hamar Olympic Site, Vikingskipet
The hall “Vikingskipet” was built for speed skating events during the Olympic Games in 1994 – today it’s a modern multi purpose hall with exciting architecture.
Hedmarksmuseet and Domkirkeodden
Medieval cathedral and folk museum. The ruins of Hamar Cathedral Priory is protected inside a beautiful glass cathedral.
The Norwegian Railway Museum
The Norwegian Railway Museum is Norway’s national railway museum.
New Ankerskogen Svømmehall was reopened in 2014 and has 2,112 square meters of water surface. Indoor swimming pool 25×50 meters, training 25-meter pool, separate family area with slides, Jacuzzis, diving tower with ledges from 1 to 10 meters, a wellness center with 18 year limit and alcohol served.
You will also find a café, shop and fitness center in the same building.
Tangen Zoo is about 25 km from Hamar. Among the more exotic residents here include Mara, monkey, snake, zebra and camel.
Possible to barbecue where you can bring your own food inside the park.