This 1780 manor house, the headquarters of the Telemark Museum, attracts everybody from fans of Ibsen's A Doll's House to botanists and devotees of Norwegian folk art. Luring theater buffs from around the world, it allows you to visit Ibsen's reconstructed study and the bedrooms from his Oslo apartment, as well as his "blue salon." In addition, there's a remarkable collection of folk art from the 1700s and 1800s, including many authentic pieces such as national costumes, textiles, handcrafts, and woodcarvings. As you wander the park in late spring, especially in May, you can take in the largest tulip park in Scandinavia. In addition to the main building, there are some 20 old structures that have been moved here from different districts in Telemark.