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Visit Kraftmuseet!

The Powermuseum - Kraftmuseet (Norwegian Museum of Hydropower and Industry) is a vibrant museum which sheds light on the origin of industrial Norway. Odda and Tyssedal went from being an important tourist resort to being an area of pioneering hypropower and industrial expansion.

Opening hours

Powerstation

Closed on 17th of May and 19.-20th of May

Tuesday - Friday from 10am to 3pm​
Saturday/Sunday Closed

Summer season 2024
Everyday from June 1 to august 25th - 10am to 5pm

KraftLaben - Science centre

Closed
Booking for groups over 15 pax available. 

Contact us for more information.

Summer season 2024 
June 25th to August 10th. Tuesday to saturday - 11 am to 4pm 

Lilletopp

The hike to Lilletopp is accessible all year. 

Summer season 2024 
July 1st to August 4th. Everyday - 12pm to 5pm

Prices

  • Power station
    • Adult - NOK 100
    • Children (0-16) - free
    • Students - NOK 60
    • Groups of 15 people or more - NOK 80 per person
  • KraftLaben
    • Single person - NOK 50
    • Family - NOK 150
  • Lilletopp​
    • Single person - NOK 80

Visit outside opening hours

Visit outside our min opening hours can be booked for groups of more than 15 people.

If there are fewer people in a group, the price is calculated for 15 people.

The hourly price for hosting comes in addition and costs NOK 600.

Visits outside opening hours must be made at least 3 working days in advance.

Access and parking

You can find Kraftmuseet here, on the quay in lower Tyssedal.

Parking for cars, vans and buses is clearly marked, and it is free to park there when you visit the museum. It is about 150 meters to walk to the old power station, where the reception is. Visitors with reduced functional ability can drive all the way to the station. Call 53 65 00 50 if you need help.

To travel by public transport to Kraftmuseet from Odda, Kinsarvik and Utne, you can:

  • Odda: Take bus 990 or 995 from Odda bus station to Tyssedal bus station. From the bus stop, it is 5 minutes to walk down to the museum.
  • Kinsarvik: Take bus 990 from Kinsarvik quay to Tyssedal bus station. From the bus stop, it is 5 minutes to walk down to the museum.
  • Utne: Ferry to Kinsarvik and bus 990 to Tyssedal. Or take the 980 bus from Utne kai to Odda bus station before changing to bus 990 or 995 to Tyssedal.​


Feel free to use skyss.no to plan your trip!

Address:

Power station - Naustbakken 7, 5770 Tyssedal

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