APCOA operates a large number of car parks in Lillehammer. Wherever you’re headed in this beautiful city of wooden houses, lakeside views and mountain surrounds, there’s an APCOA car park conveniently located for your purposes.
Lillehammer’s most famous public places. The Olympic venues, which combine built arenas with Lillehammer’s breathtaking natural sports spots, were used for the 1994 Winter Olympics, and again (updated and expanded) for the 2016 Youth Olympics. They include the spectacular Hafjell Olympic Slope, the Vinterpark Halfpipe, and the breathtakingly-designed Hamar Olympic Hall, shaped like an upturned Viking ship. Other attractions in the area is The Lysgardsbakken Ski Jump, also an Olympic venue, The Norwegian Olympic Museum, the Maihaugen open air museum and Lillehammer’s Art Museum. The Museum displays three permanent collections of works ranging from the 19th century to the present day, and is considered to be one of the most important cultural venues in Norway. Wander through Maihaugen’s painstaking recreation of medieval-present day Norwegian buildings, including the Garmo church, originally built in the 12th century.
If you don’t just want to look at winter sports venues, but want to play on them too, head 20 km out of Lillehammer to Sjusjoen, a forest-and-mountain ski destination in the municipality of Ringsaker. Or, if you want to see some fast and furious action on the ice, catch Lillehammer IK, the local ice-hockey team, at the Kristins Hall stadium.