Hvervenbukta is a place to visit for many reasons, one being the workshops, where pottery, textiles, jewelry, hand-woven products, gilding, paintings, glassware and furniture are made. This is not a gallery, but you can make appointments with the artists to see their work. Another reason is the scenery. You can walk by the beach or go for a swim in the Oslo fjord if you want to. You can still see the ruins of the old Stubljan farm built in 1765 which burned down in 1913. The old houses give a classic charm to this place and are used nowadays by the artists who work here. Hvervenbukta is a beautiful amalgamation of the workshops, nature and the old houses.
- Open Hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 12:00 PM to 05:00 PM
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