Is located in Eftang, Larvik and it takes around 30 minutes to get there by car. There's an art gallery there, every year and three main artists like Aake berg, Dang Van Ty and Hans Normann Dahl. This years guest artist this year was Harrition Pushwagner.
Free intrance. The prizes of the pictures is anywhere from 3000 to 50000 NK so if you have a big budget....
from 16.07 -11.08 2010 monday to Sunday
Eftangveien, 3280 Tjodalyng, Larvik, Vestfold If you have an GPRS it would be easier.
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Sandefjord is a lovely town, but dont expect a lot. Do not bother tryng to do anything on a sunday morning, everything (except the whaling museum) is closed on a sunday morning, also if you pick up the guide to sandefjord make sure its in the correct language for you. otherwise it doesn't make sense. Norway is incredibly expensive about £2.50 for a bottle of water or a mars bar. £8.50 for an irish coffee.
Fondest memory: stayed at the Rica Park Hotel which was absolutely wonderful, although expensive, it has a pool and a wonderful buffet breakfast included in the cost.
in case you get lost, or you want to find out more about Sandefjord.
Thor Dahlsgt. 1, 3210 Sandefjord
Favorite thing: The one thing that made Sandfjord the city it is today is whaling. As a rememberence for that they put up this monument.