The 10 Best Things to Do in Tjome, Norway

December 10, 2017 Enedina Augsburger

Tjøme (Norwegian pronunciation: [ˈçøːmə]) is an island in Færder, and a former municipality in Vestfold county, Norway. The administrative centre of the municipality was the village of Tjøme. The parish of Tjømø was established as a municipality on 1 January 1838 (see formannskapsdistrikt). Tjome was the childhood holiday destination for writer Roald Dahl.
Restaurants in Tjome

1. Aktiv Fritid - opplevelser med utsikt

Sjoebusand 62, Tjome 3145, Norway
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5 based on 54 reviews

Aktiv Fritid - opplevelser med utsikt

Aktiv Fritid – experiences views - Certified Ecotourism Norway Activities: Via Ferrata, Teambuilding, Climbing park, Zipline, Bike rides (companies)and rent a bike. Base Camp lies on the beachfront on beautiful Tjøme island. We are open all year round, and we offer homemade food of local, organic ingredients. The vibrant and casual feeling of a meal served in Gamma, with open fire, charming oil lamps and candlelight provides an atmosphere of safety and warmth.

Reviewed By Chris M

Really great day out rock climbing! Would recommend to anyone who is in the area. Very friendly staff and great location.Thank you for your feedback from the Via Ferrata climbing :) Looking forward to see you again at Base Camp and Tjøme. Welcome back !

2. Vestfoldmuseene IKS, Hvalfangstmuseet

Museumsgata 39, Sandefjord 3210, Norway +47 947 93 341
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4.5 based on 74 reviews

Vestfoldmuseene IKS, Hvalfangstmuseet

Ta et dypdykk i Europas eneste spesialmuseum for hval og hvalfangst. Se hvordan hval er fanget i forskjellige kulturer gjennom tidene og utforsk hvordan hvalen lever i dag.

Reviewed By 395Andy_R - Cambridge, United Kingdom

Top of the things to do in Sandefjord, as to be fair there isn't a lot else going on. Lots of stuffed animals, and an interesting history of the whaling industry- from it's inception to its eventual decline. Not too gory in the details, but in parts quite chilling. Child friendly in the animal part- not so for the whaling history

3. Brygga i Toensberg

Nedre Langgate, Tonsberg 3126, Norway
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4.5 based on 153 reviews

Brygga i Toensberg

"Brygga"is the main street in the summer town Tønsberg. The channel through the city has a long history that goes back to before the 1200s. There has been full active for over 1000 of years.

Reviewed By ofHarwich - Norway

Giving you Norwegian summer ambiance be sure to visit Brygga if you're in Tønsberg. Nightlife can be a bit noisy, but definitely this is a cosy experience nevertheless. Lots of restaurants to choice from, which are ok for a drink or the experience of your visit. But keep in mind that these are not necessarily the best restaurants in Tønsberg.

4. Notteroy Kulturhus

Tinghaugveien 14 | Borgheim, 3140, Norway +47 33 40 20 01
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4.5 based on 8 reviews

Notteroy Kulturhus

Reviewed By tomas h - Flekkefjord, Norway

Deilig og komme til et kulturhus som fungerer strålende, hyggelig crew som er på plass for at alle skal få en magisk opplevelse

5. World's End

Tjome, Norway
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4.5 based on 58 reviews

World's End

Reviewed By Ivan L - Gothenburg, Sweden

All the way out you will travel through farmland and some Forests. Suddenly you face the end of the island with fantastic bare granite rocks facing the open sea. You can peek past Norway's southern tip towards the North Sea. There are some reefs connected with narrow Bridges where you can really get exposed to the rock. The waters are quite lively so don't plan on swimming. There is however a submerged pool in the marina. You can buy snacks and ice cream in the nearby shop. Bring rain coats because the weather can change quickly.

6. Midtasen Sculpture Park

Midtaasveien 2a, Sandefjord 3226, Norway
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4.5 based on 56 reviews

Midtasen Sculpture Park

A new sculpture park at Midtasen opened summer 2009 featuring a selection of the works of Knut Steen in marble and bronze. The sculptures are placed within their own pavilion in the midst of beautiful natural surroundings. Free entrance

Reviewed By Kurtdigital - Sandefjord, Norway

A great place to stroll around in the evening and take in various things including a decent view of Sandefjord. Easily accessible. A short walk from the centre of Sandefjord.

7. The Seaman's Wife

Verdens Ende, Tjome 3145, Norway
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4.5 based on 18 reviews

The Seaman's Wife

Nina Nesje from Tenvik in Notteroy in 2002, designed the sculpture. It will be cast in bronze.

Reviewed By Leonardo P - Sao Paulo, SP

Undoubtfully one of the most scenic places in the whole country, this southern tip aka Verdens Ende, or "World's end". I'd recommend going there only and absolutely only if the weather is really nice though, otherwise there will be nothing to see. However, if the sun's shinning it's just jawdropping.

8. Sandar Haandverksbryggeri

Torggata 4, Sandefjord 3210, Norway +47 916 23 423
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4.5 based on 32 reviews

Sandar Haandverksbryggeri

Reviewed By Noafrjo - Sandefjord, Norway

If you are fond of beer, this is the best place to visit. They produce the beer by them self and import beer from several small brewery around the Europe. Atmosphere is also very good and the furniture's are very original. The staff and workers there is also very nice and know a lot of beer if you ask them.

9. Padleopplevelser (Gokayaking.no)

Flekkenveien 140, Tjome 3145, Norway
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5 based on 8 reviews

Padleopplevelser (Gokayaking.no)

Padleopplevelser (Gokayaking.no) offer activities related to paddling. Would you like to paddle a kayak, you have the possibility to find a course or a trip with us to any level and duration. Our base is right in Færder National (in the Oslo Fjord) at the beautifull Tjøme - perfect for kayaking. We offer you a good and safe start on the water and have experienced and entertaining instructors to help you. The national park is one of the best areas in Norway for kayaking and offers many varied opportunities. Summer is high season, but for kayakers also the winter is very beautifull in the national park.

Reviewed By Linn H

Flink instruktør!! Et bra kurs over to dager, med høyt fokus på sikkerhet! Veldig lærerikt og moro, anbefales på det sterkeste!!!

10. Bakgaarden

Kongensgate 35-37, Sandefjord 3213, Norway
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4 based on 34 reviews

Bakgaarden

Bakgarden (the back yard) is the town's creative corner that must be experienced. Here are some of the town's oldest buildings, which today includes galleries, shops and a very special café. The backyard is a cultural arena with a focus on adventure, diversity and inclusion. Year-round shops with everything from handcrafted jewelry in silver, stones and pearls, paintings, photography, design clothing, purses, pottery, handmade paper, glass art, redesign, interior and much much more. There is also a spa. Bakgarden Kafe serves delicious dishes and refreshing beverages inside and outside in the cozy backyard! This is the place you just need to visit! Opening hours: Thursday-Friday: 11-17, Saturday 11-16

Reviewed By paullegate - Luton, United Kingdom

Bakgaarden is a favourite place of ours, it is not far from the town centre but with it's collection of cafes, boutiques and old world charm make it a great spot to just chill out for a while. There is a nice atmosphere to the place and is worth a visit when in Sandefjord.

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