Just south of the Arctic Circle, half an hour’s drive from Mo i Rana, lies Kroglia Kulturgård, a farm offering both innovation and tradition. Opened two years ago, the unique premises boasts plenty of details. “We are not at all
streamlined but have rather focused on keeping the cowshed and barn as untouched as possible in order for visitors to get a real feel for what this place used to be,” says manager Eldbjørg Synnøve Fagerjord. With a background in journalism, she enjoys puns and wordplay and jokes by using the word ‘låve’ (barn) instead of love. “There is also an irresistible wordplay in Kulturgård, playing on the previous use of the premises for cow farming,” she points out.