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A stone hall worthy of a king Hakonshallen is more than seven hundred and fifty years old, and was built by King Hakon Hakonsson between 1247 and 1261 as a royal residence and feasting hall. When the king’s son Magnus Hakonsson Lagabøte married the...more
This would be a pleasant venue for a special event, but there is very little to see, for which you will pay $10-$20, depending on your age or if you have already paid for another Bergen museum. Save your $$$.
Visited the fortress and decided to take a tour through Haakon’s Hall. Informative tour and knowledgeable guide who talked us through the history of the former capital’s fortress and main hall which was used for banquets and other meetings. It is close by the fish...More
Had to see this Hall, partly for the history of political meetings and partly for the romantic ideas of huge Renaissance banquets. But the pictures I thought left so much out actually were quite accurate and there isn't much left to see, but the building,...More
I find it very odd that they charge everything in the fortress seperately, but where the Rozenkratz Tower was interesting and they made an effort to make it interesting, Haakon's Hall is literally just an empty hall, like an event space. Considering its one of...More