Kongsberg Church was completed in 1761 and is the largest baroque church in Norway.
The labro museums consist of the Norwegian Watercourse Museum, Numedalslågens Fløtningsmuseum and the Norwegian Road Museum Labro.
A family friendly museum in the heart of Kongsberg.
Mobråten Gallery and Sculpture Park
A visit to the sculpture park is like stepping into a world of adventure, emotion and different moods.
Norwegian Mining Museum
At the Norwegian Mining Museum, you can get an insight into Kongsberg's mining operations through 335 years, learn about Kongsberg's Sølvverk and get insight into the city's proud industry and ski history.
The Crowns in Håvet
In June 1704 King Frederik IV Kongsberg started a custom that is alive to this day; to carve in the royal monograms in "Håvet."
The Petroglyphs in Hvittingfoss
At Kongsberg's 1000th anniversary site, there are over 3000 year old rock carvings.
The Silver Mines
The silver mines are located in Saggrenda, where the mining train takes you over 2 km. into the mountain to the King's mine.