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Siljustøl

Outside the city centre Composer home

The home of Norwegian composer Harald Sæverud (1897–1992) and his wife Marie Hvoslef.

Today, the estate consists of a museum, a private residence and a large and beautiful outdoor area which is an annual venue for the family day during the Festival. The Bergen International Festival has arranged concerts at Siljustøl since 1994.

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair access: Limited accessibility.
    Difficult access with several steep climbs. Access to upper floor concert hall is possible though difficult for small wheelchairs; motorised wheelchairs have access to the ground floor only.
  • Accessible toilet: Yes, on the ground floor
  • Facilities for reduced hearing: No

 

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TRANSPORT

  • Public transportation: Closest stop is Råstølen (Bergen light rail), approx. 10 mins walk to Siljustøl (Harald Sæveruds vei).
  • Car & parking: Siljustøl is situated a 20-min drive from Bergen city center. Cars may be driven to the door to drop off or pick up mobility impaired passengers by prior arrangement with Siljustøl (tel +47 55 13 60 00), but must be parked in the car park.

PARKING

  • Parking available

REFRESHMENTS

  • No

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