World heritage City
In Notodden, there is several good restaurants and cafes with different varieties on the menu.
Notodden has its own town beach at NesĂ¸ya â€“ to the delight of both visitors and residents.
The Hydropark at Notodden are vibrant industrial and business park with a number of buildings holding exiting industrial history. Outside Ovnshus A at Notodden, the first Light Arc Furnace from 1905 is exhibited.
Welcome to Notodden
Notodden is located 110km Southwest of Oslo. There are many reasons to spend a day or more in Notodden. The former industrial town is now inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List along with Rjukan. Telemarksgalleriet and Lysbuen museum is a great starting point if you wish to discover the town’s exciting and intriguing history, as well as the many world heritage attractions. We recommend going for a walk through the Tinfos cultural area,Villamoen, Hydro Admini, Grønnbyen, Hydroparken and Notoddens art-noveau city centre. Right next to the shore of lake Heddalsvatnet you will find Notodden’s new cultural venue, Bok & Blueshuset (House of Books & Blues), with a state of the art cinema, library, café and Welcome to Notodden Blues Festival 2.-5. August 2018.
Blueseum. Notodden is the blues capital of Europe, and the first weekend in august the annual Notodden Blues Festival is held here. A few kilometers outside of Notodden city centre, you can visit our national treasure, Heddal Stave Church, the largest and one of the oldest stave churches in Norway. Every year thousands of tourists visit the spectacular church from the early 1200s. In the surrounding area, you may visit Café Olea and Heddal local museum,where you can see and learn about life and architecture in Norway from medieval times to the late 19th century. We hope that you will find the information you need here, and that it may inspire you to visit Notodden.
Heddal Stave Church................................. 4 Heddal local museum............................... 6 Lysbuen & Telemarksgalleriet.... 8 Bok & Blueshuset.......................................... 10 Notodden Bluesfestival...................... 12 Notodden Airport....................................... 14 World Heritage................................................. 15 Experience World Heritage........ 17 Hiking in Notodden................................ 18 Notodden city..................................................... 20 The Silvermines – The Norwegian Mining museum......................................................................... 22 Midt-Telemark.................................................. 23
Accomodation Brattrein Hotel................................................... 24 Notodden RV-park.................................... 26 Notodden Camping................................. 27 Notodden Hotel.............................................. 28 Aasmundsen Bakeri................ 28 Backcountry Blues................... 28 Overview - Accomodation.......... 29
Dining Eyde Restaurant............................................... 30 Stasjonen Cafè.................................................... 31 Overview - Dining..................................... 32
Tourist Information.................................. 34 Publisher: Notodden Utvikling AS Graphics: Superlativ Media AS Print: Erik Tanche Nilssen AS
Heddal Stave Church
One of the unknowns church furniture – ”Brudebenken”.
Welcome to Heddal Stave Church, the largest and most beautiful of them all. This iconic national treasure with its three distinctive towers, displays extraordinary woodworking skills and architecture. The Stave Church has been in the Heddal valley since the 13th century. It was built during a period of transition from paganism to Christianity, and this can be seen clearly in many symbols and ornaments inside and outside of the church.
The Stave Church is still used as a parish church during the summer months. In the red barn opposite the church is Cafe Olea, here you can enjoy homemade food, cakes and visit the gift shop.
”Bispestolen” in Heddal Stave Church.
www.heddalstavkyrkje.no Tel.: + 47 922 04 435 Tel. Cafe Olea: + 47 479 73 145 E-post: firstname.lastname@example.org Adresse: Heddalsvegen 412, 3676 Notodden Heddal Stavkyrkje / Kafe Olea Opening hours: 3.5-20.9: every day kl. 10.00-17.00 On Sundays when the church is used for services; 12.15-17.00 Closed 10., 13. and 17. May Tickets: Adult kr. 80,Group (min. 16 pers) kr. 70,Students kr. 50,Children under 16 accompanied by an adult; free. (During the period 15/6 to 31/8 the ticket also includes admission to the Heddal local museum)
In Cafe Olea you can enjoy homemade food and cakes.
Say hello to our hens and enjoy the beautiful scenery from Heddal local museum.
Extract from â€?Rambergstugoâ€?. The room was painted by Olav Hansson in 1784.
Here you will find 19 old houses and farm buildings from the middle age until the 1930s.
Heddal local museum is located right next to the Heddal stave church. Here you will find 19 old houses and farm buildings. Explore how Norwegian houses and construction methods have changed from the middle age until the 1930s. In Heddal Bygdetun you can have a look at how a wealthy farm in Telemark appeared 200 years ago. Here you will find Rambergstugo, one of the most significant buildings at the museum, with a beautiful rose painted interior by the painter Olav Hansson
from 1784. In Rambergstugo there is also an exhibit on Bunadmaker Anne Bamle, the creator of the traditional folk costume in eastern Telemark. The Hola smallholding gives you an impression of life on a small farm during the 18th and the 19th century. This year`s summer exhibition is “... who is the most beautiful in the country?” which shows 20 of the most popular national costumes in the country. 7
Our knowledgeable host will give all the visitors apleasant stay at Heddal local museum.
www.heddalbygdetun.no Tel.: 35 09 90 00 / 909 64 601 Adress: Heddalsvegen 385, 3676 Notodden Heddal Bygdetun Opening hours: 10.6 – 31.8: 10.00-17.30 Tickets: Adult 80,Student 50,Children under 16: free. Guided tour - Joint ticket Heddal Stavkirke Outdoor Museum- free
Lysbuen & Telemarksgalleriet
The Industrial Museum tells the story of the most important Norwegian invention; the production of mineral fertilizer.
Photo above: The Art collection includes art from the golden age in Telemark, with artists like Christian Skredsvig and Theodor Kittelsen. The Terje Bergstad collection is an important part of the museum.
Photo to the right: The gallery has exhibitions of national and international art.
In 1907 and 1908 Theodor Kittelsen painted five watercolors from the construction of ”Svælgfoss”.
Experience industrial history and inspiring art Telemarksgalleriet and Lysbuen Industrial Museum shows art exhibitions and industrial history in a beautiful industrial building from the late 19th century. The Industrial Museum tells the story of the most important Norwegian invention; the production of mineral fertilizer. An industrial history that is on the UNESCO world heritage list. More than a 100 years ago Notodden was venue for a modern fairy tale. In 1905, the world’s first industrial production of mineral fertilizer – with air as raw material – started here. It happened at a time when the world
needed more food and farmers needed more fertilizer to increase crop yields. A visit in the industrial museum will make you better acquainted with the events that put Notodden and Rjukan at UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2015. Telemarksgalleriet has an enjoyable café and a nice museumshop.
www.telemarksgalleriet.no Tel.: 35 01 00 80 Address: O. H. Holtasgate 27. 3678 Notodden Telemarksgalleriet / Lysbuen Opening hours: 1.6-31.8: Tue – Sun: 10.00 – 17.00 1.9 -31.5: Tue – Fri: 12.00-16.00 Sat-Sun: 12.00-17.00 Tickets: Adult: 100,Senior/Student: 80,Youth (10-18 years) 30,Children under 10 years – free
Foto: Vigdis Ormevik
Bok & Blueshuset
Bok & Blueshuset lies adjacent to lake Heddalsvannet, with a scenic view of the lake and the surrounding hills, founded on industrial history and with a unique blues scene. 10
The library is worth a visit for both young and old.
Eupore’s only Blueseum.
You can learn more about blues history in the Blueseum, the only museum of its kind in Europe. Dany’s Cafe offers good food and other refreshments. The library is worth a visit for both young and old. In addition to all the books you may read at the library, there is fresh newspapers every day, free Wi-Fi and if you need to use a computer, feel free to use one of the public terminals. If you’re in the mood for a movie, our state of the art cinema will give you the best experience possible, with perfect image quality and Dolby Atmos sound. Dany’s Café is the heart of Bok & Blueshuset. In the summer we can offer the city’s finest seating by Heddalsvannet.
At Bok & Blueshuset music stage, Livescenen, you can enjoy local, national and international artists. The tourist information at Bok & Blueshuset is open all days, all year around, and will be happy to help you.
www.bokogblueshuset.no Storgata 1, 3674 Notodden email@example.com Tel.: 35 01 56 00 For opening hours see: www.bokogblueshuset.no www.notoddenkino.no www.danyscafe.no www.notodden.kommune.no/bibliotek www.bluessenter.no
Notodden Blues Festival 2.â€“5. august 2018
Roots and rock-icon Bonnie Raitt
Norvegian superstar Adam Douglas
Notodden Blues Festival – Europe’s Finest Blues Experience! Notodden Blues Festival is a prize winning world class festival. This fabulousfestivalis staged for the 31. time August 2 – 5, 2018. Notodden Blues Festival is Norway’s largest blues festival, and known around the world as Europe’s Finest Blues Experience. During the festival, Notodden is visited annually by 30,000 music lovers from all corners of the world. Through four days in the first week of August, people can enjoy the very best in Norwegian and international blues, rock and soul. This year, the Notodden Blues Festival offers an impressive lineup featuring blues, roots and rock-icon Bonnie Raitt,
the energetic blues rock band Vintage Trouble, Norwegian superstar Adam Douglas, Knut Reiersrud Band, Sugaray Rayford, The Welch Ledbetter Connection, Ana Popovic, Rita Engedalen, winner of the Norwegian Grammy Ronnie Jacobsen and many more. Located in the middle of the World Heritage and in a pleasant setting in the city center, the Notodden Blues Festival offers everything from small intimate club concerts, blues cruises on the beautiful lake Heddal, church concerts, World Heritage cruise on lake Tinnsjø with the legendary MF Storegut railway ferry, educational workshops at the European Blues Center, band seminars for youth, family events 13
Blues for everybody.
and major concerts with the world’s largest blues stars. You can also walk in the streets of Notodden and enjoy the unique atmosphere of the festival, taste food from all corners of the world and see some of the many free daytime concerts. As a memorable end to a spectacular week, the organizer offers a large free concert with the popular artist IngebjørgBratland on Sunday, August 5. www.bluesfest.no Notodden Blues Festival
Notodden Airport – daily flights to Bergen Free parking Short check-in time
Telemark Airshow is a amazing event that draws people from around the region.
General aviation: • Light Aircrafts • Gliders • Seaplane harbour • Historic planes
• Annual airshow 1st weekend in September • Spectacular show with great planes
At Notodden and Kongsberg flying club you can take a private pilot license to fly both land and seaplanes.
We have an active glider club in Notodden, here you can order a trip up in the air.
www.notodden-flyplass.no Merdeveien 18, 3676 Notodden Tel. 35 02 60 70 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rjukan – Notodden Industrial Heritage
Foto: Bryn Eiendom
Experience World Heritage
Guided sightseeing with bus, every day 11:00 a.m. 2th of July - 3th of August + 16th and 23th of June, 11th and 18th of August The World Heritage Bus departs daily at 11:00 a.m from the Bok & Blues House, Notodden. Attractions: Telemarksgalleriet/Lysbuen Industrial Museum, the administrative office of Norsk Hydro, and Hydroparken. The original arc-furnaceswhere fertilizer was first produced are still on display today outside Ovnshus A. The tour finishes with coffee or lunch in the historic Station Café of Hydroparken (not included)
The World Heritage Bus depart every Thuesday from Bok & Blueshuset Notoddden. See Lysbuen Industrimuseum/Galleriet and go further to Tinnoset and Mæl to experience the city of Rjukan and hydroelectric powerplant Vemork. Visit the high mountain landscape Møsvatn, where waterfalls still produce electric power. Lunch at Hardangervidda Nasjonalparksenter (not included).
Guided sightseeing with bus Notodden – Rjukan – Møsvatn every Tuesday 09.00 a.m. Daily from 3th through 31th of July.
Guided sightseeing with World Heritage Bus Arranged by: Verdensarvsenteret/ NIA og Til Telemark Tel.: 906 57 267 / 901 33 801 www.tiltelemark.com Tickets and departure: Bok & Blueshuset www.bokogblueshuset.no Chartered tours(over 10 pers.) www.tiltelemark.com
The industrial heritage Rjukan – Notodden The application has 4 main chapters:
Foto: Øyvind Wæhle
Towns Rjukan and Notodden, Company towns.
Power with dams, tunnels and power plants
Factory with the two production methods for fertilizers Foto: Hydroparken
Foto: Gary Payton/NIA
Transport route Rjukanbanen-Tinnosbanen rail ferries on lake Tinnsjø
“Where there is a will, there is a way” Sam Eyde
Foto: Øyvind Wæhle
The Light Arc Furnace – the most important Norwegian invention off all times.
Tinfos plant - an example of infrastructure that was built in conjunction with the industry and social housing.
Foto: Øyvind Wæhle
The housing in Grønnbyen, for working-class families, held a high standard in its time, and was among the first houses to have indoor WC.
Rjukan-Notodden Industrial Heritage is the story of the second industrial revolution, based on hydropower. Rjukan-Notodden is an expression of a new global industry in the early 20th century, an electrochemical industry that produced “Norgesalpeter” (calcium nitrate). The first industrial scale production found place in Notodden in 1905, and contributed to a substantial increase in food production. This solved an international food crisis. In many ways it was to do the impossible - win in an industrial race with competitors that had far greater resources, both professionally and financially. A daring railway project from Notodden to Rjukan was completed in two years. It made it possible to build the world’s largest power plant at Vemork and at Såheim.
From Farmland to Cities in 10 Years
Two townships evolved alongside the rise of Hydro’s industry at Notodden and Rjukan. Skilled architects, engineers, builders and craftsmen were hired. Between 1907 and 1914 Hydro built 340 housing units at the two locations. Both cities received a distinctive architecture.
Admini, the administration building. This is where Sam Eyde had his residence when he was in Notodden.
www.industriarven.no A Unique Status The 5th of July 2015, Rjukan-Notodden Industrial Heritage was inscribed by UNESCO as the 8th heritage site in Norway. The inscription is based on an epochal invention, industrial production of fertilizer for agriculture, using hydropower.
Hiking in Notodden Notodden has many scenic hiking routes just outside the city-centre.
Company Town – Grønnbyen, Villamoen & Admini: The industrial worker, office clerks and engineers, and the entrepreneur. That is how the early 20th century housing situation was organized, almost like steps on a flight of stairs. The working-class was at the bottom, then came the middle-class, and at the top with a view you had the founder, the CEO – the upper class.
A family get-together at Tinnemyra, a stroll to Eikeskar mountain or industrial history at the Tinfos plant – the choice is yours.
A trip around Tinnemyra is enjoyable for all ages.
The trail takes you around the Tinnmyra lake. The trail itself is a 2 kilometre long, handicap friendly trail, with lights all around. There are several picnic areas around the lake and in the summertime, it is nice to go for a swim. The lake is excellent for fishing, bathing or just to have a stroll in idyllic surroundings.
Eikeskar Tinos plant – 200 years with industrial-history.
A visit to Eikeskar mountain will give you a scenic view over the city and the Lifjell mountains.
The Tinfos plant is an important part of the world heritage Rjukan-Notodden, and a place to see if you are in to historical places. Here you will see over 200 years with industrial-history in a scenic area. At Tinfos you will get to see the development from the first pre-industrial society to the first – and second industrial revolution. Here you can see an old paper factory and three old power plants. Visit Notodden Municipal for other hiking adventures.
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On track with Rjukanbanen In the wake of M/F Storegut Photo: Gary Payton/NIA
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A visit to Eikeskar mountain will give you a scenic view over the city
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Notodden city The preferred place to stop in Telemark
Enjoy shopping in Notodden city Downtown Notodden is compact with short distances. Even though it is a small town, Notodden City will have a modern appeal to its users alongside with its historical roots. Notodden is one of two cities in Norway with this architecture. Here you will find a great variety of shopping opportunities. We want people to use the city; shop downtown, eat downtown, go to concerts, see a movie, sit on a bench or in a park, meet friends or just stroll the city for pleasure. Our main events are: – “Springjump” (Vårspretten) in March/April – Late night shopping in June – Harvest market in September/October – Christmas market / Late night shopping in December
Downtown you will find a great variety of shopping opportunities focused on expertise, good hosts and unique concepts.
We have a great variety of dinning places – downtown you will find something for everyone.
For more information about our events and shopping opportunities
Our traditional markets gather a lot of people – a good, positive meeting point for everyone.
Downtown Notodden you will find Telemarks largest music business, Ljosland Musikk.
www.notoddenby.no Tel.: 454 74 399 E-mail: email@example.com Notodden i sentrum
KONGSBERG – 30 MIN. FROM NOTODDEN
Foto: Tor Magnus Anfinsen
The museum has the largest collection of native silver in the world.
Join us for a ride inside the King’s mine.
The Silvermines The Norwegian Mining Museum The Silvermines
Tour the Silvermines. Join a train ride that takes you 342 meters below the surface and 2.3 kilometers into the mountain. Inside the King’s mine, there is a guided tour for 1.5 hours. The temperature in the mine is 6°C.
The Norwegian Mining Museum
The museum’s main attraction is its silver collection. It represents the largest collection of native silver anywhere in the world. At the Norwegian Mining Museum you gain historical insight into coin production, as well as medals from the great Nordic War to the Nobel Peace Prize. Take a trip through the golden age of Norwegian ski jumping from 1924 to 1952, an era dominated by the “Kongsberg-jumpers”, including brothers Sigmund, Asbjørn and Birger Ruud as the local champions. 22
Exciting for everybody
Opening hours The Norwegian Mining Museum in Kongsberg city center 02.01-16.05 Tues.-Sun. 12.00-16.00 18.05-31.08 Daily 10.00-17.00 01.09-23.12 Tues.-Sun. 12.00-16.00 Train departures – The Silvermines 02.01-16.05 On order 18.05-07.07 Daily 10.00, 12.00 and 14.00 08.07-05.08 Daily 10.00, 12.00, 14.00 and 16.00 06.08-31.08 Daily 10.00, 12.00 and 14.00 01.09-30.09 Sat.-Sun. 12.00 and 14.00 01.10-07.10 Daily 12.00 08.10-23.12 On order
MIDT-TELEMARK – 30 MIN. FROM NOTODDEN
Exciting activities and unique flavour experiences
Attractions located only 30 minutes from Notodden: • Bø Sommarland, waterpark • Høyt & Lavt
Climbing and activity park
• Lifjell, hiking area
The Telemark Canal
Høyt & Lavt Climbing Park
• The Fruit Village • Norsjø Cablepark For watersports • The Telemark Canal The Fruit Village
www.visitbø.no Visit Bø – Tel. 414 52 229 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brattrein Hotel â€“ A night in beautiful surroundings
Our rooms will give you as guest, a comfortable stay in idyllic surroundings. With good spaciousness and lovely beds. We will guarantee you a good night’s sleep.
Brattrein hotel – A unique hotel in breathtakingly scenery The hotel is surrounded by a tranquil park with a magnificent view of the Heddal Lake and Lifjell Mountains. The park allows for different outdoor activities. Here you will be greeted with a warm and cozy atmosphere. In 1957 – 2003 Brattrein Hotel was owned by Norsk Hydro and served as a business school for their own employees. This puts us right in the middle of the industrial-history that brought Notodden at the UNESCO – World Heritage list In 2015.
The kitchen is known for its tasty food, with good taste and its processing of commodities with high quality. The hotel has recently been renovated, and houses all the facilities that you may want. Enjoy your life in the restaurant or at the terrace by the bar – with Notodden’s best view.
The kitchen is known for its tasty food, with good taste and its processing of commodities with high quality. Our dining room can be seat up to 100 persons, but we can also do smaller events.
www.brattrein.no Tel.: +47 35 01 23 00 E-mail: email@example.com Adress: Brattreinsgt. 9 3683 Notodden Brattrein Hotell AS Rooms: 25 / Beds: 40 Convention/Banquet facilities: 80-100 Meeting rooms: 20/12 Restaurant: 100/60 Terrace: 80 / Garden: 300 (telt) Bar: 60/140
We do our utmost so that your stay with us will be a special experience - welcome!
Notodden RV-camp – centrally and idyllically by the lake Heddalsvannet Welcome to Notodden RV-Camp, centrally and idyllically located by the lake Heddalsvannet, with ideal bathing and fishing opportunities, and just a five minute walk from Notodden City Center. The guests at Notodden RV-Camp have access to electricity, sanitation, water and a dump station. 26
www.notoddencamping.com Nesøya 2, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 413 95 701 firstname.lastname@example.org Notodden Bobilcamp - Nesøya
Notodden Camping The idyllic Notodden Camping is situated 2 km outside Notodden City Center, in the direction of Seljord. There are a great amount of attractions to enjoy nearby - Heddal stave church, Bø Sommarland, Telemark’s highest mountain Gaustatoppen, The sea serpent Selma, The silvermines at Kongsberg and the Telemark canal among others. At our camping there is great space to put up tents and to park motorhomes and caravans. You may also rent one of our 17 cabins. All our cabins are equipped with everything you need; pots and pans, a fridge, hot plates, a coffee maker, blankets and pillows. In high season there is great demand for our cabins, and we therefore recommend to pre-book.
Notodden Camping is situated nearby the river Heddøla, where there are great opportunities for bathing and fishing. Notodden airport is also close by, and at times you may enjoy some sailplane activity. Welcome to Notodden Camping AS.
www.notoddencamping.com Reshjemveien 46, 3676 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 33 10 email@example.com Notodden Camping
Aasmundsen Bakeri – fresh bread and pastry
Aasmundsen Me bakar i Telemark
Opening hours: Monday 09.00-16.00 Thuesday to Friday: 08.00-16.00 Saturday 09.00-15.00
In our delicate café in the center of Notodden you can sit down for a snack. Here you can enjoy our wide selection of sandwiches, and something good and sweet with your coffee.
– in the middle of Notodden City Center Notodden Hotel has since June 2014 undergone considerable renovations. The hotel has 60 rooms, 100 beds and conference rooms. We proudly present our new fitness center with saunas and solarium beds. Billiards tables, table tennis, darts and chess are to be enjoyed by our guests at ” Galveston Pub”. The hotel is located in the middle of the “World Inheritance City” Notodden and the reception is open 24hours. Our staff speak English, German, French, Spanish, Lithuanian and Arabic.
Aasmundsens Bakeriutsalg, Notodden Storgata 42, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 482 69 476 Aasmundsen Bakeriutsalg, Notodden
Backcountry Blues – in the small town of Gransherad The Inn consists of 7 rooms and a capacity of 20-25 guests. We offer affordable accommodation for outdoor enthusiasts. We cure your blues! Walking distance to great fishing, hiking, biking and kayaking. www.notoddenhotel.no Torvet 8, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 20 88 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Parking: Free
Come winter, spring, summer or fall enjoy a mountain getaway in the heart of Telemark! 28
www.backcountryblues.no Gransheradvg 1044, 3691 Gransherad Tel.: 905 93 844 / 468 61 752 email@example.com @backcountryblues
OVERVIEW – ACCOMMODATION
Accommodation Notodden offers a variety of accommodations - Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts, RV Park and Caravan Park.
Brattrein Hotel is a pleasant and intimate hotel located in a stunning scenery, close to downtown Notodden. Brattreinsgt. 9, 3683 Notodden firstname.lastname@example.org / 35 01 23 00
Our hotel is located in the heart of downtown Notodden. We have 60 rooms with 100 beds. www.notoddenhotel.no
Torvet 8, 3674 Notodden email@example.com / 908 52 028
Notodden Camping is located beside the river Heddola - with spacious place for tents, caravans and RV’s.
Tjønnås is 400 metres asl. far east in Hjartdal along Tinnsjoveien. We offer accommodation with breakfast, lunch and dinner at an organic farm.
Reshjemveien 46, 3677 Notodden firstname.lastname@example.org / 35 01 33 10
Notodden RV-camp is located in the center of Notodden – at the city-beach, nearby the city’s culture house, Bluseum, dining, movies and Heddalsvatnet. www.notoddencamping.com Nesøya 2, 3674 Notodden email@example.com / 413 95 701
3692 Sauland / firstname.lastname@example.org / 911 97 667
We offer affordable accommodation for outdoor enthusiasts. www.backcountryblues.no
Gransheradvg 1044, 3691 Gransherad Tel.: 905 93 844 / 468 61 752 email@example.com
Eyde restaurant – located in the heart of the city
Eyde Bar and Restaurant is located in the heart of the city - named after one of the creators of Hydro which has earned the World Heritage status. We serve a wide variety of appetizers, entrees, desserts and vegetarian dishes. In addition to our rich menu, we offer lunch buffet Monday through Saturday between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Also, we offer “Today’s special” from Monday through Friday. Our restaurant is child friendly, and we contain a large patio with heating lamps and awnings to keep you dry and warm both summer and winter.
Our lunch buffet is very popular among workers and residents of the city. After 10pm we only serve drinks.
We advise all guests to reserve a table, but you are also welcome without a reservation. Welcome to you all. www.eyderestaurant.no Tel.: +47 35 01 11 00 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Adress: Storgata 31, 3676 Notodden Eyde Bar og Restaurant Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 11.00 to 22.00 Fri-Sat 11.00 to 02.30 Sun 14.00 to 22.00
We serve warm and cold dishes made from scratch, using only local products.
The station represent the architecture known as Art Nouveau in an excellent way.
Bakery, confectionery and café – a part of the world heritage The Stasjonen Café is located in Notoddens first railway station, a beautiful art noveau building from 1909, part of the UNESCO world heritage. Café, bakery, confectionery and gift shop right next to the most significant Norwegian invention of all time, be
sure to ask the staff. Serves hot and cold dishes made from scratch, using only local produce and old, well kept traditional recipes. After internal refurbishment the old station café appears as something out of the ordinary. Experience the atmosphere, welcome. 31
www.ideakompetanse.no Tel.: 481 79 805 E-mail: email@example.com eller firstname.lastname@example.org Adress: Heddalsveien 11, bygg 52 Hydroparken, 3674 Notodden Stasjonen kafé Contact Stasjonen Kafe, Signe Johanne Øygarden Opening hours: Mon-Wed 10:00-17:00 Thu-Fri 10:00-20:00 Saturday 10:00-16:00
OVERVIEW – DINING
Dining In Notodden, there is several good restaurants with different varieties on the menu. Baba Sushi
Sushi and Thai food. At our restaurant you will be served tasty Japanese sushi, made with excellent commodities.
We offer a varied menu with lunch-buffet from 11am – 2pm on weekdays.
Storgata 24, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 93 00 / 400 79 914
Beijing House We do Chinese food, aswell as some Norwegian food. Fast delivery- Take out or dine in. Storgata 39, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 08 63
Brattrein Hotel Groups on request. All kinds of events, Brattrein Bar, reunions and bachelor parties. Tel.: 35 01 23 00 Brattreinsgt. 9, 3683 Notodden
Dany’s Café At the heart of Bok og Blueshuset. Café, bar, restaurant and live venue. In the summertime we open up our nice patio with a magnificent view at the Heddal Lake. Storgata 1, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 458 67 578
Storgata 31 3674 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 11 00
Gladys Cafe Newly made baguettes, chicken, burgers – and the best milkshake in the world! Tuvenbøygen 2, 3676 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 43 47
Kafe Olea We have homemade food and lovely cakes and cookies. Heddalsvegen 412, 3676 Notodden Tel.: 479 73 145
Pizzabakeren Notodden We do what we know best. Pizza! We make fresh dough everyday. Do you like good pizza? Check out our meny. Heddalsveien 24, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 35 02 24 40
Pizza på vei
We’re hitting the road to serve pizza from wood fired oven to our great customers.
The Café at the heart of the world heritage. Good taste and traditions.
Nesøya, Notodden: Friday - Sunday Tlf: 930 09 939
Heddalsveien 11, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 481 79 805
Storgata 31 3674 Notodden Teledølen
The burgers are a well-known speciality. Military Burger is not like an ordinary food stall. The restaurant willingly cover both burgers and pommes frites in thick cheddar sauce in real American Style. The Marius Style Burger is bestseller.
Traditional café with baked goods of all different kinds. Taste our popular waffles! We do gluten free.
Storgata 32,3674, Notodden email@example.com
Tuvenbøygen 2, 3676 Notodden Tel.: 35 01 87 35
Aasmundsen Bakeri In our delicate café in the center of Notodden you can sit down for a snack. Here you can enjoy our wide selection of sandwiches, and something good and sweet with your coffee. Storgata 42, 3674 Notodden Tel.: 482 69 476
Storgata 31 3674 Notodden Bellman pub
Eyde bar og restaurant Storgata 31 3674 Notodden Eyde Bar og Restaurant
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Tourist information â€“ Notodden
Youâ€™ll find Tourist information at both the Notodden municipal service center in Teatergata 3, and in Bok & Blueshuset in Storgata 1. If you are looking for information on the Rjukan- Notodden world heritage site, the staff at Telemarksgalleriet and Lysbuen museum will be happy to help you.
www.visitnotodden.no Tourist information, Notodden municipal service center Teatergata 3, tel.: +47 35 01 50 00 Opening hours: Monday to Friday 0800-1500 Saturday and Sunday Closed Tourist information, Bok & Blueshuset Storgt. 1, tel.: +47 35 01 56 00 Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10.00-20.00 Saturday and Sunday 14.00-20.00
Important phone numbers Hospital (113) + 4735 00 35 00 Police (112) + 4702 800 Fire department (110) +47 35 01 53 50 Emergency Room +47 815 68 094 Taxi + 47 35 01 13 49 Railroad Tickets + 47815 00 888 NX1 Nettbuss (bus) +47 177 Notodden Airport +47 35 02 60 70
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