Stavern is a very popular tourist destination during the summer. With its old history, combined with a modern touch, innovation and good art environment, Stavern has a lot to offer. The short distances in the city center allows you to experience a lot in one day, or immerse yourself in what you find most interesting. Visit some of Stavern´s museums, attractions and monuments – or enjoy one of the many markets during the summer.
Mølen is a part of one the world´s largest monuments from the last ice age and is a piece of a huge gravel deposit, encircling all of Scandinavia. It was formed at the margin of the inland ice during the period 12650 to 12350 years before the present. In Southeastern Norway, the gravel deposit is called «the Ra».
Museums and Attractions
Hall of Remembrance («Minnehallen» in Norwegian) is a national memorial shaped as a pyramid, located at the coeast of Stavern. It is normally open from 15 May to 31 August, from 11.00 to 17.30 every day. Guided tours for groups off season is possible if ordered in advance by sending an email to: email@example.com. Even when the interior is closed,