Things to do in Stavanger

Home to the oldest cathedral in Norway, the city of Stavanger is a beacon for Nordic culture. Located in the Stavanger city center, our hotel's premier location places guests at the helm of the region's most popular attractions, including distinctive beaches and beautiful fjords. Explore all the area has to offer, like the Stavanger Museum, Stavanger Cathedral and a host of dining and nightlife venues while visiting us at the Radisson Blu. Find more information on our recommended points of interest below.

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Old Town Stavanger

0.28 mi / 0.45 km from the hotel
Discover why Old Stavanger is still a trendy place to live. This vibrant landmark and award-winning preservation area dates back to the turn of the 18th century.
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Stavanger Cathedral

0.14 mi / 0.23 km from the hotel
This cathedral dating from around 1125 is Norway's oldest cathedral. Bring a camera for this spectacular construction that was likely built by English artisans and contains carvings and a distinctive pipe organ.
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Stavanger Museum

0.26 mi / 0.41 km from the hotel
Learn about the local natural history and the workings of an old fish cannery before playing Stone Age games at the exciting, multi-site Stavanger Museum.
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Sverd i fjell

2.78 mi / 4.48 km from the hotel
Sverd i fjell, or "Swords in Rock", is a monument situated on the shores of Møllebukta. Constructed in 1983, the monument commemorates The Battle of Hafrsfjord which took place sometime between 872 and 900 AD. The location is an ideal place for a peaceful stroll, bike ride, and enjoying the views.
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Lysefjord cruise

0.17 mi / 0.27 km from the hotel
Take an unforgettable cruise along the Lysefjord to appreciate Norway's mesmerizing scenery. The tour is operated by an experienced skipper who can point out all the interesting sights such as Fanthahåla, Preikestolen, and Whiskey waterfall.

Norwegian Petroleum Museum

0.42 mi / 0.68 km from the hotel
Head to the Norwegian Petroleum Museum to learn more about how oil and gas are created. The museum also touches on the history of oil in Norway and the technological advances of petroleum. Kids will love the hands-on activities, kids' corner, and activity days.
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Flor og Fjære

6.71 mi / 10.8 km from the hotel
Located on Sør-Hidle island, not far from Stavanger, these man-made tropical gardens offer a unique getaway and experience for visitors. Open from May to September, stroll through verdant gardens, take a thrilling boat tour, and indulge in delicious dining.
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Museum of Archaeology

0.28 mi / 0.46 km from the hotel
Plan a day out with the whole family. The Museum of Archaeology offers a collection of artifacts dating back over 11,000 years and interactive exhibits. Situated in the University of Stavanger, the museum also boasts a gift shop as well as a café for a tasty bite to eat before or after your visit.
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