Things to do in Stavanger and Bryne

Stavanger is a beautiful city and municipality in Norway. There are a lot of activities in and outside the city.

Beaches and bathing

The Stavanger region has many kilometers of open beach coastline. Enjoy sand dunes that meet the sea and white pristine beaches that stretch on forever. Read more about beaches.


The Lysefjord is the most known fjord in our region and Ryfylke, but there are others. See list of the fjords in our area here. Read more about fjords.


Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock) is one of the most visited attractions in Norway, and one of the most photographed sites. Read more.


The majesty of the Lysefjord – Kjerag is a popular mountain peak that towers a 1000 metres over the Lysefjord. Read more.


Kongeparken – Rogalands biggest amusementpark! Read more about Kongeparken.

The Garborg Centre

Fun for all family in scientic The Garborg Centre. Read more about The Garborg Center.

Museums Garborgheimen and Knudaheio

Childhood home and summer residence of Norwegian author Arne Garborg, who translated the Odyssey into Norwegian language.

The Science Farm (Vitengarden)

Jærmuseet Vitengarden (the Science Farm) is an architecturally interesting building, complete with an activity farm for children. At the science farm visitors shall “learn by doing” – you are invited to be active and explore science and history in new and absorbing ways. Read more about Vitengarden.

How to get to the Stavanger

Direct flights from several destinations in Europe make it easy to visit the Stavanger region whether it is for business or holiday. Come to Stavanger by plane, ferry, car or bus. Read more.


Fantastic 360 photos about Stavanger region

More official films and videos about Stavanger