We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The best-preserved mansion house in the country, dating from the 1880s and with authentic interior. Collection of paintings including works by Kitty Kielland and August Jacobsen. From 2018- 2020, a history student and comedian, Stig Roar Olsen...more
How nice of the old lady to let her hous become a museum. Got a glimps of past days. The cristal chandalier was just beeing cleaned when visiting, not an easy chore. NIce walk in the garden. We were visiting free with a MUST ticket.
This is a house built in 1881 by a merchant and shipowner who was one of the leading businessmen in Stavanger at that time. He wanted to build a house which was of the very best materials from all over the world but would still...More
This amazing house is a 20-30 minute walk from where the cruise ships dock. The young lady at the house was very informative and we got a ticket which allowed us to see a handful of museums in the area, but Breidablikk was by far...More
Whilst interesting this would not be top of my list to explore if you have limited time in Stavanger..... the canning museum and the petroleum museum offer more. It is also a little of the beaten track again adding to time pressures. However, if it...More
Beautiful building. Once entering, a young lady in old fashioned attire greeted us. This made the picture complete. You really step back into time as you wander through the house with all of its original furniture. It is also good to see that is has...More
We really weren't expecting very much from this museum but thought we would combine it with a couple of others to while away an overcast day. This was definitely a highlight. We absolutely loved it. We were lucky to be given a guided tour as...More
On a quiet Saturday morning, we stumbled on this delightful period house. The lady who welcomed us was utterly charming, and left us to wander round the house at our own pace. The rooms are untouched from 60 years ago. The visit was great value...More
We stumbled on this by chance. What a treasure! The rooms are crammed full of wonderful things from a bygone era. What makes this house so special that the contents were all put there by the original owners, not brought in from elsewhere. The guide...More
We approached from behind and didn't realise it was the museum; it looked like we were trespassing on someone's property - they could benefit from some more signs around, but if you're approaching from the front it's pretty obvious.
I enjoyed this wonderfully-preserved mansion: the...More
The Breidablikk Mansion is walking distance from the center of Stavanger -- if you plug the addresses into Google Maps it will tell you. I don't know i it's open daily in the winter - so please check in a guide book.