Slettebø

District judge Christian Feyer's country estate from the 1850s, at Slettebø in Egersund.

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Egersund Fayancemuseum

An art museum telling the story of Egersunds Fayancefabrik, displaying items from the factory that provided the Norwegian people with pottery for 132 years.

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Jøssingfjord Science Museum

Jøssingfjord Science Museum

Jøssingfjord Science Museum will be established in Helleren in Jøssingfjord. The museum seeks to highlight the connections between the unique location's nature, people and technology, and seeks to raise interest in the field of science among children and young people.

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Helleren

Two tiny, vacated houses from the 1800s, located under a cliff in Jøssingfjord. The houses are open for visitors all year round.

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The Bilstad House

Bilde av Bilstadhuset i Egersund. Foto: Torbjørn Bøe

A residence from 1844 with original interiors and intact furniture, as well as household effects, from the early 1900s.

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Mysinghålå

Mysinghålå sett fra andre siden av det lille vannet ved stedet. Inngangen er midt i bildet, under den store steinblokka.

A hideout for the resistance movement during World War 2. The hike to Mysinghålå takes about 40 minutes and is suitable for the whole family.

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