|Season (1 May 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 18:00|
* Viking diner: open every day 11:00 - 24:00
Experience life like the Vikings used to live when they were not busy at sea.
During the Viking Age, Gudvangen was an important place for trading. Gudvangen, by Nærøyfjord, is known as "the place of the Gods". Nærøyfjord is dedicated to Njord, the God of trading and sailing.
In the Viking village of Njardarheimr, you will experience an a village that shows how the Vikings lived 1,000 years ago, when Gudvangen got its name. These are not actors in costumes, but "real" Vikings of all ages, who adopt the Viking Age as a lifestyle. They know their history and have unique knowledge about the Viking life, which they would love to share with you!
The food in the camp is prepared from traditional recipes with ingredients that were available in the Viking Age. Items for sale are handmade and genuine.
The Viking village is a place for memorable experiences, learning and fun activities. A place where you can interact with people who re-enact the past. Join the Viking Experience, a guided tour of the village. You can also participate in axe throwing or archery, chat with the Vikings and try out some handicraft. In the summer season, you can buy a Viking lunch in the food house inside the Village. The Viking Diner at the entrance, is open all year from 11:00 -24:00 with homecooked Norwegian food.
Welcome to the Viking Age!
How to get To Njardarheimr:
Njardarheimr are siuated close to E16 in Gudvangen, 150 meters from the Ferry pier and the Seafoodrestaurant. Driving distance from Bergen center is apx 2,5 hour. Join in the Viking Experience, a guided tour of the village. You can also participate in axe throwing or archery, chat with the Vikings and try out some handicraft. A Viking lunch is served in the food house.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults (from 16 years)||NOK205.00 tickets|
|Children 4- 15 years old||NOK98.00 tickets|
|Children under 4 years old||Free|
Prices may be subject to change.
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