One of the fjords' crown jewels is a visit to Undredal Stave Church, which dates back to the 12th century. Join a guided tour and discover the rich history of both the stave church and the village of Undredal.
Undredal Stave Church is one of the smallest stave churches with only 40 pews. The knave is seven metres long, with the choir and vestibule in addition. There are traces of a gallery around the knave. Inside the church is the first church bell from the Middle Ages, a kneeler from 1647, a baptismal font from 1680, a pulpit from 1696 and two candleholders dating back to 1702. The walls have the original distemper from the 1600s, with both Biblical figures and angels on the ceiling.