Lindesnes Lighthouse is Norway's oldest dating back to 1656. It occupies the southernmost tip of the Norwegian mainland – 2518 km from the North Cape.
The lighthouse has been designated a national lighthouse museum and hosts various exhibitions relating to the development and history of lighthouses, maritime culture, etc. The mountain hall below the lighthouse houses a cinema, exhibitions and a café. The complex also comprises a museum shop, a restaurant and a gallery. You can see the remains of a German WW2 fort, and there are marked paths in the area.
This is a perfect place to take awesome pictures with the lighthouse or spend a day with the family. The mountains all below the tower house a cinema, exhibits and a café. The complex also comprises a museum shop, a restaurant, and a gallery. You can buy drinks, snacks & souvenirs. They got two houses more for displays on the way up to the hill. The best day to visit is in summer, from June to July so it would be warm. They are allowed to bring snacks so you can have a picnic in the area.
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