“Time to eat” is responsible for all catering at Maihaugen. There is a full selection of food offered, from open sandwiches and cakes to tasty lunch dishes and traditional food.
The café in the main building is open all year round during the opening hours of the museum. There is space here for up to 120 visitors. During the summer season, you also find places to eat in the Open Air Museum.
Bakeriet is a cosy little café close by the train in the Town.
Kirkestuen serves everything from waffles to traditional food and is located just opposite the main building.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:
- Very Good6
- Inge TLillehammer, NorwayTrip Type:BusinessThe best coffee in the city.Sunday, 22nd May 2016After a refreshing coffee you can watch one of the best collections of Norwegian buildings and traditions. Read full review
- ZfyEdSingapore, SingaporeTrip Type:CouplesOverall a satisfactory lunch~Tuesday, 11th July 2017Our tour group was visiting the nearby ski resort and came by here for our lunch. It was around 1.15pm when we arrived. The cafe is located within the Norges Post Museum, with a book cum souvenir... Read full review
- crijkeTrip Type:Friends getawayvisit maihaugenThursday, 3rd August 2017The food was not so good . Also the restaurant has no atmosfhere . Looks like a menza . It's better to have your lunch somewhere else . Even for a coffee its not a nice place to be Read full review