Having been closed since 2010, the former art and cultural centre has once more opened its doors. There is no longer a silversmith’s workshop on the premises, but the folk music is still alive. Sylvartun is run by the Setesdal Museum and is called a centre for intangible cultural heritage. Through exhibitions of traditional musical instruments, audio and video recordings, the guests are taken on a journey into the world of folk music.
Sylvartun is open daily from 11.00 to 17.00 in the summer season. There is no cafeteria, but this is a perfect spot for a picnic break.