We stumbled upon the hydropower museum and it turned out to be a really great find. Really well organised. They start you off with an interesting historical exhibit about the local area and its hydropower history followed by a short intro film (available in english). Then you make your way into the hydropower plant for more of an explore. Its... 更多
Following a stunning drive down the fjord we arrived at the impressive museum. After a fantastic introduction from the very knowledgable and passionate guide at reception we made our way into the upper part of the administration building to enjoy the exhibition detailing the fascinating history of the power-station. There were folders with the full translations in English which were... 更多
We went there on a rainy day; there is not too much to do in this part of Norway on days like that. When arriving, we had a nice introduction by the host, we were the only visitors and it was so nice. It is interesting, not only because of the tecnology, but also because of the history - industrialization,... 更多
this hydopower museum is a unique archeological site, perfect for a rainy day. the beaufully restored marble control room and machines are realy nice. we visited the site with a guide (30') but you can hang around longer. We also combined with a 60' walk to the top of the water pipes.
A beautifully restored power station based on hydro power with an excellent guid speaking fluent English and telling a story... 更多
While the plant may seems outdated now, the location and the machinery in the facility are worth visiting. Dont miss... 更多
We had a fun time here. We drove through tunnels (deep inside mountain and with roundabout) to arrive here. The... 更多
The Tysso I power plant was constructed between 1906 and 1918, and was one of the largest high pressure power... 更多