Medieval day

We will not arrange a Medivalday this year.  A new date for 2021 will  be set shortly

Harald Fairhair made Avaldsnes his Royal residence after the battle at Hafrsfjord at approximately 870 a.d. Avaldsnes continued to be a royal manor for his descendants up to approx. 1400 a.d
Håkon Håkonsson was one of the kings residing at Avaldsnes, where he built the St. Olav’s church in approx. 1250 a.d. The church was an important stop for the pilgrims on their way to visit St. Olav’s grave in Nidaros.
The Royal Manor project started excavations in the summer of 2017, excavating the main building of the royal manor complex that was at Avaldsnes during the 13th century. It was probably started by Håkon Håkonsson and finished by Håkon V Magnusson. In the outer harbour of Avaldsnes was the important Hanseatic trading station Nottow. The Hanseatic set fire to the royal manor at Avaldsnes in 1368.
During the Medieval day we will focus on the exciting history that took place at Avaldsnes between the years 1100-1400 a.d



Adults    NOK 160,- (includes the Historiesenter)

Children NOK  70,-  (includes the Historiesenter)

Children under 4 yrs – free.


Click HERE to register. (the link will open for registration during february 2021)

You have to register to be a participant at the Medieval day. After you have signed up, you will receive an automatic confirmation that you are registered.




PROGRAM:  To be announced