The Manor House from 1665 between fjord, glacier, mountains and waterfalls

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The Manor House from 1665 will be open this season. Rosendal Gardens will be open throughout the summer, The Great Hall / Visitor Centre will be open with a digital tour in rooms and halls of the Manor House from 1665 and a film about the history of Baroniet Rosendal. See below for detailed opening hours.

The Manor from 1665 and Rosendal Gardens

Baroniet Rosendal

Opening hours 2024

1. July – 11. August open daily
Visitor Center The Great Hall, info, movie, shop and more 10.00-17.00 (closed 7-13 August)

Guided tours at the Manor 10.00(Norwegian), 11.00(N), 11.30(English), 12.00(N), 12.30 (E), 13.00(N), 13.30 (E), 14.00(N), 14.30(E), 15.00(N), 16.00(E), 17.00(N)

Rosendal Home Farm B&B reception open 16.00-19.00
Offers of accommodation and dinner
Rich cultural program

Our Garden café is open 11.30-16.00

From Friday July 12th: Our Garden Cafè is open 11.00-17 (Hot dishes 11-16, from 16-17 salads and sandwiches)

13. August – 25. August: Tuesday – Sunday
Guided tours at the Manor every hour 11.00-16.00
Garden café 11.30-16.00
Rosendal Home Farm B&B reception open 16.00-19.00
Offers of accommodation and dinner.

27. August – 1. September
Guided tours at the Manor 10.30 and 16.00
Garden café 12.00-15.00 (closed 29/8 og 01/09)
Offers of accommodation and dinner

2. september – 15. september
Guided tours, dining, and accommodation for groups by agreement.
Contact us at


Kvinnherad Church


Cotter’s farm Treo



Children: 0-6 years free
Children: 7-17 years accompanied by parents
Student: with proof of student id
Individual prices  
Entrance Rosendal Gardens, including a guided tour of the Manor OR the Gardens (seasonal dependent) Adults kr. 210,-
Children  kr 50,-
Students kr 100,-
Entrance Rosendal Gardens, including a guided tour of the Manor AND the Gardens (seasonal dependent) Adults kr. 250,-
Children  kr 90,-
Students kr 140,-
Entrance  Rosendal Gardens Adults kr. 150,-
Children kr 25,-
Students kr 50,-                                                                          
Entrance  Rosendal Gardens including a guided tour of the Manor House or Rosendal Gardens (seasonal dependent) kr. 210,-
Entrance Rosendal Garden, including a guided tour of Rosendal Gardens or the Manor House kr. 160,-
Entrance Rosendal Garden without guided tour kr. 125,-

The surrounding areas of Baroniet Rosendal Manor House & Gardens

All organized use of garden and Home Farm areas, like guided tours, picnic for groups, organized sports events and weddings is only permitted according to arrangement in advance with the adminstration at the Baroniet Rosendal Manor House & Gardens (For questions, please contact us by email or phone +47 53482999).


Baroniet Rosendal Manor House & Gardens offer good discounts for min. 25 persons travelling together! Please contact us by email at

Free photo service

Please see our Flickr account with free downloadable images for marketing trips to Baroniet Rosendal Manor House & Gardens

Gift cards

Get someone a gift that lasts forever, like good experiences in Rosendal!
Gift cards have to be used for the 2023 season.

  • Bed & Breakfast at the Home Farm
  • 3-course dinner
  • Concert
  • Season card (free entrance to Rosendal Gardens, art exhibition and Manor House) throughout the season
  • Value checks of NOK 1000,- , NOK 2000,-, NOK 3000,-, NOK 4000,-, and NOK 5000,-

Buy gift cards here.

Please note: the receiver must book their  room, table, and/or tickets for a spesific concert through TicketCo for us to make a proper reservation.

Discounts with Season Cards

Our season card includes:

  • Free guided tours at the Manor from 1665 throughout the season
  • Free entrance to Rosendal gardens throughout the season
  • Free entrance to art exhibitions throughout the season
  • Discounts for a number of events
  • One person NOK 390,- (Reduced price until December 24th: 290,-)
  • Family NOK 690,- valid for 2 adults and your own children/grandchildren under 18 years. (Reduced price until December 24th: 490,-)


Prices for accommodation at Baroniet Rosendal Avlsgård & Fruehus

Double room with breakfast kr. 1480,- / 1580,- / 1680,-
Single room with breakfast kr. 1180,- / 1280,-
Double room as single room with breakfast kr. 1280,-
Extra bed in double room with breakfast children kr. 300,- / adults kr. 500,-
Extra bed in single room with breakfast kr. 300,-
Packed lunch in-house guests  kr. 150,-
Breakfast external guests kr. 200,-
Dinner at the Farm 590,- / 690,-
Dinner in the Garden Cafe after 16.00 590,- / 690,-
Lunch in the Garden Cafe before 16.00 for pre-ordered groups 275,- / 345,-
Dinner at the Manor House Only for groups at request.



Fjordcruise til Rosendal

Boat and bus from Bergen to Rosendal

Daily all year round

Boat from Bergen to Rosendal every day (pdf) – the means of transport between Bergen and Hardanger. Departure from Bergen airport Flesland ca 10 min. before boat departure time from Flesland. Return to Bergen is also stopping at Flesland, always offering bus to the airport!

Bus from Bergen to Rosendal every day all year round (Kvinnherad – Bergen)


Itineraries by car:

Bergen – Rosendal – 120 km, 2 hours 25 min (+ ferry Gjermundshavn – Årsnes)

Oslo – Rosendal – 408 km, 6 hours 29 min (no ferries)

Haugesund – Rosendal – 114 km, 2 hours 41 min (+ ferry Skjersholmane – Ranavik)

Stavanger – Rosendal – 171 km, 4 hours 7 min (+ ferry Mortavika – Arsvågen and ferry Skjersholmane – Ranavik)

Kristiansand – Rosendal – 379 km, 5 hours 57 min (no ferries)

Map over Rosendal

  • Baroniet Rosendal, The Manor from 1665: guided tours at the Manor, art exhibitions, concerts, theatre and lectures. Café and restaurant, rose garden, kitchen and herb garden and landscape park.
  • Baroniet Rosendal Home Farm: Accommodation / B&B in romantical surroundings. Meeting facilities.
  • Kvinnherad Church: guided tours during main season.
  • Stone park (Vangssago).

See TV program from Rosendal here

Incl. guided tour, piano concert by Jan Henrik Kayser and walk in Rosendal Gardens with Toppen Bech and Herborg Kråkevik.