The world's biggest gingerbread city. Miniature houses, trains, cars and ships made from real gingerbread. Schools and kindergartens contribute every year in making a miniature version of Bergen - all in gingerbread-cookies!
Miniature houses, trains, cars and ships made from real gingerbread.
Schools and kindergartens contribute every year in making a miniature version of Bergen - all in gingerbread-cookies! This is one of the most breath-taking traditions we have got in Bergen. This is the World's biggest Gingerbread town!
Free admission / Admission / discounts
All children under 12 years and everyone who has submitted gingerbread structures to Pepperkakebyen have free access. All adults who follow the kindergarten groups, schools (all levels) and day-centers have free access.
Admission for youth 12-18 years, pupils at primary and secondary, students with student ID NOK 70. Admission for all others over 12 years is NOK 90.
An adult including all accompanying children under 12 NOK 90.
To support Pepperkakebyen you can buy gingerbread cookies when visiting Pepperkakebyen, or order at their homepage (for residents outside Norway, please check with the organizer.)
Closed on 25th December 2017.
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