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Vassfaret Bear Park in Flå, Norway. Timetables, tickets, dogs, disabled

Vassfaret Bear Park

From this page some practical information on the impressive Vassfaret Bear Park, in Flå.


The park is generally open from March to mid-October, every day, from 12:00 to 16:00.
From the third week of June, until August 31st, the Bear Park is open from 11:00 to 18:00.

Vassfaret Bear Park in Norway

Photo ©, Chell Hill

Tickets can currently only be purchased online through the official Bjørneparken website.
The entrance ticket for adults, aged 13 and over, costs 399kr per person (about € 40). Children aged 2 to 12 pay 349kr.
Free up to 2 years old.
Once you have purchased your tickets, you will have to remember to bring the email with the QR code which will be used to access the park.
The number of tickets is limited to 1500 daily admissions.


Preserving the habitat of animals has always been the mission of the Park.
Some routes, however, have been modified to make the experience accessible to all visitors.
A special path for the disabled was thus created, leading up to Sætra and the lynxes. A longer road to travel, but without stairs and with non-prohibitive slopes. The route is suitable for wheelchair users and strollers.

Other areas of the Park can be traveled without particular difficulty, and in a fairly easy way by anyone.


Due to infection control regulations, dogs are not allowed to enter the park.
Hundeparkering is an entire area dedicated to small 4-legged animals. It is located just outside the park. Dogs can be left safely inside spacious cages, with food (which you will have to provide) and water. The owner will receive the key to open the cage and will be able to access the park in complete tranquility.

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