At Kronebutikken you will learn how to make duodji, the sami handcraft and we will show you a multimedia show while serving a lunch based on local dishes.
We are located in Sørkjosen.
Kronebutikken is one of the oldest houses in the region and contains different products/businesses run by craftswomen from the region.
You will learn more about the meeting of the three tribes, you can try to make your own handcraft with reindeer or fish skin with the craftswoman Hilde Marie Lund. Finally, we will show you a multimedia show about the region and we will serve you lunch comprising of local dishes.
Includes: Storytelling, do your own handcraft, multimedia show, lunch, coffee/tea.
Participants: min. 2, max 25
Time: 11.00 - 13.00 or by appointment
Duration: 2 hours
Level of difficulty: easy
The facility is adapted for disabled persons.
Participants: min. 2, max. 25
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