Randsfjordmuseet

Region

Europe

Country

Norway

Flyway

East Atlantic flyway

Initiative

BioWet

About

Name of organisation

Randsfjordmuseet

Funding support

State/county/municipal

Number of staff

19

Number of visitors per year

26,000

Overall aims of the centre

Conservation and communication of the cultural and natural history in our region

Description of the centre

Randsfjordmuseet consists of 4 museums with considerable distance between them. In the mountains is Kittilbu Utmarksmuseum (countryside) which is close to Hynna, a Ramsar mire complex. Down in the valley we have to open-air museums: Lands Museum which is close to the Ramsar Dokka delta, and Hadeland Folkemuseum. Furthest south is Hadeland Bergverksmuseum (mining). The 2 open-air museums have extensive archives with photo collections.

Work Areas

Main CEPA work area

Exhibitions, research, school programmes

Expertise

Interpretation techniques

Site information; Producing written materials; Using audio-visual tools; Developing nature trails

Visitor centres

Setting up a new visitor centre; Running a visitor centre; Building / maintaining structures

Participation

Engaging young people; Engaging the local community; Working with volunteers

Education and communication

Working with primary schools; Working with secondary schools

General

PR and marketing; Running effective administration; Project planning.

Contact

Alastair Brown, Konservator, Kulturhistorisk seksjon

Website: www.randsfjordmuseet.no

RANDSFJORDMUSEET, Villavegen 45 | 2870 DOKKA

T +47 61110687 | M + 4747970081

Hadeland Folkemuseum | Lands Museum | Hadeland Bergverksmuseum | Kittilbu Utmarksmuseum

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