Written by Siljustol Museum.
Harald Sæverud (1897-1992) was one of the most important Norwegian composers of this century. The property was a wedding gift from the bride’s parents. The house from 1939 is made of wood and natural stone, and with elements from old Norwegian building traditions. Opened as a museum in April 1997 in connection with the composer’s 100 year anniversary. Concerts during the Bergen International Festival and during the summer. Guided tours.
Siljustol Museum Opening Hours 2014
June 22nd – August 17th: Sundays 12-4PM
Siljustol Museum Opening Prices 2014
Adults: NOK 60,-
|Norwegian name:||Siljustøl Museum – Harald Sæverud’s hjem.|
|Location:||Raadal, approx. 12 km south of Bergen.|
|Address:||Siljustolveien 50, Raadal|
|Telephone:||+47 55 91 07 10.|
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