Both the nave and the chancel are built in the stave technique and bounded by a large corner stave in each corner. The church has an elevated middle room where the ceiling is held up by a row of inner staves (columns). These staves go from the floor all the way up to the ceiling. Originally, there was an external gallery all around the church, but this was removed when the church was enlarged in the mid-1600s. The carved dragon heads on the roof are characteristic of the church from the beginning.
Like today, Lom was an important intersection between East and West, and Lom Stave Church was a busy church during the Middle Ages, where the villagers shared the space with pilgrims and other travellers passing through Lom. More about Lom Stave Church
The church is open for visitors every day during the summer season, and we open for groups all year on request. We can provide English and Norwegian speaking guides every day. If you need a German speaking guide, it is wise to make a reservation at least a week prior to the visit. More for visitors
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