Historical lunch or dinner in the Iron Age House at Dolmsundet Hotel

On both sides of the Dolm strait there are large amounts of cultural monuments. The oldest traces of people originate from the Fosna tradition, which is Norway’s oldest settlement. These are objects that are between 10,000 and 11,000 years old. During the dinner you will hear more about Hitra’s history.

The Iron Age House is located at Dolmsundet Hotel. It is an authentic long house built on the origins of the original long house that existed during the migrations in the 400-500 century. Inside the house you get storytelling around the fire while being served a dinner consisting of an appetizer of cured meats, deer stew as main course and finally a dessert.

For an additional fee, the hotel can arrange the Iron Age Olympics. The competition consists of logging, tugging, nailing and an Iron Age quiz. After the Olympics the winning team will be announced and get their prices.

Number of people

Min. 10 persons
(Or for the price of 10)


All year


On request

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