SS "Skibladner" - The world's oldest paddle steamer in operation
The world's oldest preserved paddle steamer in operation, with steam engines, paddle wheels, and a speed of 12 knots. "Skibladner" is the pride of Innlandet and one of Norway's most beloved tourist attractions.
Every summer, Skibladner leaves its broad wake across Mjøsa, Norway's largest lake, just one hour's drive north of Oslo. Skibladner has been carefully restored to its original appearance from 1888, providing an authentic experience of steamship travel in 19th-century Norway.
With its rhythmic and relaxing paddling across the lake, along with the temptations from its first-class restaurant and cafeteria, Skibladner is a delight for all senses. Don't miss out on this experience!
The tour takes place every Thursday and Sunday.