Autumn in Trondheim
It’s fanially that time of year when the trees shine in beautiful autumn colors! Where we can look forward to cozy evenings with candlelight and hot cocoa inside, after day filled with experiences in the city. Here are some of the things Trondheim has to offer in the autumn:
Street Art in Trondheim
Explore the street art scene in Trondheim. In the district of Ila you will find several motives, so how about combining a street art safari with a visit to the cozy Ila Brainnstasjon?
Autumn Holliday At The Museum
In the past, autumn holidays were called “potato holidays” in Norway. The children were given time off from school to help with the harvest of potatoes. Now the Norwegians spend their holiday exploring fun activities with the family, and at MiST (Museums in Sør-Trøndelag) there are fun activities for all ages during the autumn holiday.
Lavollen in Bymarka – A Cozy Pit Stop In The Forrest
Lavollen is an idyllic forest farm in Bymarka. Here you can park close by and the area is a perfect starting point for short and long hikes. Approx. 200 meters from Lavollen in the direction of Kopperdammen, you will find Tusseløypa. An adventurous place where children can experience trolls and mystery.
Lavollen is open for sale of food, drinks and baked goods on weekdays, and occasionally on weekends. See opening hours here.
City walk in historic Trondheim
One of the things that makes Trondheim so unique is that you have walking distance to almost everything. You can explore historical sights such as The St. Clement’s Church, Old Town Bridge, Bakklandet, Bryggerekka, and The Nidaros Cathedral all in the same day.
Adventures In The Water
See Trondheim from a new perspective – from the water. Many people associate activities in the water with summer, but it is in the autumn that you can really find the unique experiences. At Trondheim Kayak you can paddle at night along the channel and Nidelva River! This is truly a great and unique experience, and you are sure to be impressed by the view at night in Trondheim.
Trondheim By Boat offers a colorful autumn sail on board one of its traditional boats, which are built in the UNESCO recognized clinker style. An enthusiastic guide will be happy to tell you about the city’s rich history along the way. The tours can be combined with a meal at a local restaurant.
For The Foodie
In Trondheim, local ingredients offer world-class food experiences. Trondheim and Trøndelag is European Region of Gastronomy 2022. Enjoy!
What’s On In Trondheim
Trondheim is known for the myriad of festivals and events that take place throughout the year. For daily events, click here. In our event calendar you’ll find a selection of upcoming events: