Monday, 27 October 2014

Autumn in Kristiansand

Autumn in Kristiansand is full of beautiful colours. It is that time of year when the locals take their boats out of the water in preparation for winter storage. It is one task, many do not look forward to.

Others look forward to autumn when the trees create amazing colours that change the look and feel of a place. Kids love to run through the fallen leaves and play.

The Agder Natural History Museum in Gimlemoen in Kristiansand has an abundance of trees with bright colours and makes for perfect photo opportunities.

The museum was founded in 1828 and is one of Norway’s oldest museums. The current exhibitions were opened in June 1990 and display natural history of Southern Norway dating back to the ice age. 

Sometimes on weekends the museum has activities for the kids and here you can see them with large bubble making toys.

Have a great autumn!

Agder Natural History Museum
Address: Gimle vei 23, 4630 Kristiansand
Phone: 38 05 86 20

Adam @ Visit Southern Norway



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