Fossanmoen and Landa has been the site of the largest archaeological excavations in Norway. Over 80 000 square meters are examined. Excavations uncovered traces of over 250 houses as far back as about 1500 BC until about 600 AD. It has, in other words lived people here for over 2,000 years!
Landa should convey understanding and knowledge of prehistoric times through the reconstruction of the physical building environment, lifestyle and working conditions.
Based on excavations it is planned to build a total of 13 different prehistoric buildings from the three main periods. Read more about Landa Park
Source: landapark.no / Norway Today