Alvøen is one of Norway's most seasoned mechanical groups. Here the Fasmer family made a little and fruitful mechanical group, with a school, reserve funds bank, library and group lobby for the laborers.
Alvøen Manor was additionally one of Bergen's most fantastic private homes, which now is available to the general population. Here you will experience the family history, mechanical history, social history and craftsmanship history, exhibited in a way that gives an energizing and beautiful look at Norwegian social structures before.
Alvøen Manor was initially worked as a field withdraw in 1797. In the long run, an extensive garden and stop were set up. The Chinese-enlivened structure was given a focal position. The garden we meet today goes back to the 1930s. Around then it was given straight ways, rose outskirts and supports in a tight structural casing.