National Trust of Norway

We take care of the places you want to visit

Our goal is to create awareness of Norway’s cultural heritage sites, and to promote efforts to
preserve them and their surroundings. As a property owner since 1845, we have a reputable
expertise in restoration and maintenance of historical monuments.

The trust is based on individual membership. Municipalities, institutions and various organizations
are also members. We believe that our conservation of cultural heritage makes the world a better
place for all of us.

Contact us:

National Trust of Norway (Fortidsminneforeningen)
Dronningens gate 11
N-0152 Oslo
Norway
Phone: 00 47 23 31 70 70
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Website: www.fortidsminneforeningen.no

Website about our stavechurches: www.stavechurch.com/en/

From our unique collection of cultural heritage properties

Nore stave church, ca 1167

Nore stave church, ca 1167

Urnes stave church, ca. 1130

Urnes stave church, ca. 1130

Rødven stave church, ca. 1300

Rødven stave church, ca. 1300

Borgund stave church, ca. 1180

Borgund stave church, ca. 1180

Hopperstad stave church, ca. 1130

Hopperstad stave church, ca. 1130

Torpo stave church, ca. 1150

Torpo stave church, ca. 1150

Kvernes stave church, ca. 1300

Kvernes stave church, ca. 1300

Uvdal stave church, late 1100s

Uvdal stave church, late 1100s

Finnesloftet, 1295

Finnesloftet, 1295

Gaupne old church, 1647

Gaupne old church, 1647

Holdhus old church, 1720

Holdhus old church, 1720

Lysøen, composer Ole Bull’s home, 1872-73

Lysøen, composer Ole Bull’s home, 1872-73

Sakshaug old church, ca. 1180

Sakshaug old church, ca. 1180

Tautra monastery, 1207

Tautra monastery, 1207

Reins monastery, early 1200s

Reins monastery, early 1200s

Steinvikholm castle, 1525

Steinvikholm castle, 1525

See all our 40 properties here