The Polar Bear, Ryfylkemuseet © Skattkammeret Suldal Foto: Jarle Lunde/Suldal Foto
The Polar Bear, Ryfylkemuseet © Skattkammeret Suldal Foto: Jarle Lunde/ Suldal Foto

The "Kvitebjørnen” – A fairytale exhibition


Step into the "Kvitebjørnen" exhibition at Nesasjøhuset at Ryfylkemuseet on Sand, where the children suddenly become part of an exciting adventure. Here you meet kings and princesses, and you can dance in the hall of mirrors.

The Kvitebjørnen exhibition is for children, and is based on a story by the local author Rasmus Løland. The story is about the 12-year-old boys Pål, Gunnar, Kolbjørn and Anders, who have particularly good imaginations. One day they make a polar bear which they hollow out and crawl into. Suddenly they start to think that the Polar Bear can move, and take them on a long journey towards the North Pole before heading towards the royal castle. On the way they see a lot of exciting things, and get a very special task from one of the kings they meet. Can they save the princess?

The exhibition is open all year. You can find more information about opening times and prices at ryfylkemuseet.no.

Easily accessible: Nesasjøhuset has an entrance and toilet adapted for wheelchair users. The exhibitions are on the second and third floors, where you have your own lift which can be used when needed. There is plenty of space and good light in the exhibitions, shop and cafe.

The "Kvitebjørnen” – A fairytale exhibition
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