Stalheim Folk Museum
Stalheim Folk Museum is our greatest pride, and is an absolute must for all visitors to Stalheim.
Next to the hotel you find the famous Stalheimskleiva, (kleiva meaning steep, rocky ascent), a 1,3 km long, extremely steep road with 13 hairpin bends. Built in 1842-48 to improve the trans-mountain mailroute it has seen few improvements since, and is one of Northern Europe’s steepest roads with a gradient of 1:5. The road is framed by two beautiful water falls, Stalheimsfossen and Sivlefossen.
The lounges of the hotel is furnished in a blend of fine antiques and Modern Scandinavian. On display you will also find extensive collections of old Norwegian glass, of old Norwegian silver and pewter, a collection of bibles, among them a Bible printed in Strasbourg three years before Christopher Columbus set sail for America.
Text by Stalheim Hotel
Location: Stalheim, Norway
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