Gjøvik Farm - Bohemian and continental
Why was a town established in Gjøvik?
Glass factory founder Caspar Kauffeldt, who built the beautiful Gjøvik Farm in 1810, is partially responsible.
Today you can visit the Mjøen family’s original and lavish home from the last half of the 19th century.
Here the town’s history is explored, from glass and industry to aquavit and potatoes, centered around the notable people
who have lived in Gjøvik Gård.
Gjøvik Gård lies in a beautiful park, in the town center, a stone’s throw away from hotels and Skibladner’s dock.
Also located here is Kafé Drengestua, a cozy café with a selection of cakes and simple lunches on offer.
We also recommend visiting our big exhibition of old Gjøvikglass at Holmen Brænderi just across the river.
Season: All year
Capasity: Groups over 20 persons are recommended to devide
Price: Up to 15 people: NOK 1000,- (minimum price for group booking)
More than 15 people: NOK 65,- per person
Duration: 1 hour recommended.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good11
- Maria Jose SGjovik, NorwayTrip Type:CouplesNice to know the history of the city26/10/2015Very nice the museum, and the private tour with the explanation about the old days. Garden and open space for summer days. Small coffee shop where can eat waffles. Read full review
- letiziajaccheriTrondheim, NorwayTrip Type:Businessit was just a small walk10/10/2015it was just a small walk but nice place in a wonderful small park, colored in autumn color on an october morning. nice small sculpures Read full review
- Knut FOsloTrip Type:Friends getawayA fine Place to meet in Gjøvik.24/05/2015This is the place to meet for coffee an vafler in Gjøvik - preferably outside on a fine day. There is a lot of history connected to Gjøvik Gård both local and national. Find someone to tell you about... Read full review