The present exhibitions, which opened in 1990, show part of the natural history of southern Norway. Colorful minerals are on display, and the museum includes a beautiful botanical garden. The complex contains the largest collection of cacti in Norway. As part of the package, you can visit the neighboring Gimle Estate, a 19th-century manor house filled with elegant, antique-heavy interiors, with a historic rose garden planted in 1850. From the center of town, motorists can take the E18 east, crossing a bridge. After the bridge, turn right and follow the signs. Bus no. 22 also runs there.
- © Frommer's 2013
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