Visit the famous factory of Dale of Norway, a “Living museum” and Outlet. Since 1879, Dale has been crafting premium knitwear with Norwegian patterns.
Since 1879, the Dale of Norway factory has been crafting premium knitwear of 100% pure wool, inspired by beautiful Norwegian patterns. Since 1956, Dale of Norway has designed official sweaters for every Olympic and World Championship event, making the brand famous all over the world.
The village of Dale is nestled between steep mountains on the west coast of Norway, between Bergen and Voss. The historic Factory was founded in this valley utilizing the natural power of the local waterfalls, and the community of Dale was built as a result of this industry. Dale of Norway carries the Norwegian culture of knitting and designs, and continues to offer and develop traditional designs, as well as exclusive garments for sport and fashion.
Dale of Norway is one of the few textile industries that still produces in Norway. You are welcome to visit the “living museum” at Dale, to learn about the history of the village and the Factory, and you will see how the iconic sweaters are made today from design to a finished garment.
You will also be able to visit the Factory outlet. Here you will find the complete collection includingall new designs, as well as discounted products on a selection of the collection.
A part of the museum will be open for visitors of the Factory outlet. To see the complete museum and factory, a guided group tour has to be booked in advance at e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or phone +47 41 56 75 71.
There is no charge for visiting the Factory Outlet and a limited part of the Museum.
Children: free entrance.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adults Guided tour||NOK60.00 tickets|
Prices may be subject to change.
By car from Bergen: 60 minutes from Bergen City by car. Drive past Åsane, towards Arna. Stay on E16 towards Oslo. Once you have passed Stanghelle, you are only 4 minutes’ from Dale. The Dale Factory will be visible from the main road on your right hand side.
By car from Voss: 35 minutes by car from Voss. Drive towards Bergen. Take off on the left hand side once you get to Dale, then make a right turn and you will see the Dale Factory.
By train: Trains leave from Bergen and Voss regularly, and stop at Dale Station, only five minutes’ walk from the Dale Factory.
See www.nsb.no for updated timetables.
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