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Fun visit in rainy days

Cute old residence fun to visit with family. Small entrance fee with discount for... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2017
Rimy S
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Charming royal residence

Ledaal was Stavanger's first brick house (traditionally they build of wood here), built by a... read more

Reviewed 8 June 2017
Helga D
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Stavanger, Norway
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Royal residence and manor house museum. Built 1799 - 1803. The Kielland family's summer residence. Newly restored. Ledaal serves now as royal home and representation house for the city of Stavanger.
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Eiganesveien 45, Stavanger 4009, Norway
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Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Cute old residence fun to visit with family. Small entrance fee with discount for students/family/children plus extra discount if you have the city sightseeing bus ticket, you can also visit the opposite house or free with the museum ticket.

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Reviewed 7 August 2017

We visited this house on a quiet Sunday morning and as we were the only ones there we were offered a private tour in English. This was incredibly interesting and really enhanced our visit. The decor was wonderful and the chandeliers in every room are...More

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Reviewed 8 June 2017

Ledaal was Stavanger's first brick house (traditionally they build of wood here), built by a wealthy merchant, Gabriel Schanche Kielland at the turning of the 19th century. The interior is neo-classical with large, brigth places. But all in all it's a little bit boring compared...More

Thank Helga D
Reviewed 24 May 2017

Old house, very plain but interesting. Not flash but reflects the period. Used for functions but the royals don't sleep there

Thank Terry B
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Beautiful old manor , built as a summer residence for a merchant . As well as a museum , it also functions as a royal residence . Full of interesting paintings and furniture , with attractive gardens outside . Worth a visit

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Reviewed 24 August 2016 via mobile

A great historic place to visit in Stavanger. Nive hidtory art and architecture. Tixket also to beused on other museums on the same day.

Thank trdnl
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Ledaal is the old living quarters of The Norwegian Royal family when they visited Stavanger. It features a nice collection of beautiful furnitures and paintings. The building and its sorroundings also makes for good picture.. Its just a 10 minute walk from Stavanger city centre.

Thank mrviflot
Reviewed 15 July 2016

...but you can enter with the same ticket. What is interesting about this place is that the Royal family have stayed here, and there are a couple of corky pictures of them (look at how disinterested the princess looks!) and a few scary portraits of...More

Thank ReiseReiskat
Reviewed 22 December 2015

A wonderful old former Stavanger home used by the Royal family when visiting the city and by the city itself for civic events Incredibly friendly and helpful staff

Thank Kate_boots
Reviewed 18 December 2015

We climbed by foot all the way from town to the top of the hill to visit this attraction. as we arrived we were disappointed to find the place closed. the building and the gardens are magnificent! as we wanted to leave, a big rain...More

Thank eytanin
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Response from Rimy S | Reviewed this property |
This small museum as well as breidablikl usually opens on mondays from 10 am to 4 pm. We visited on a rainy day so it was a good option. If its not raining and the weather is good try a boat trip around lysefjord. Or you... More
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