Røros Church - also called "The pride of the mining town" - was built in the golden age of the Røros Copper Company. The building was finished in 1784 and is one of the largest churches in Norway, with 1600 seats.
Røros Church is ranked among the country’s 10 most important and valuable religious buildings erected after the Reformation. Architecturally, the church is characterized by numerous styles, inkluding Classicism, Baroque and Rococo. Extensive restoration of the church was completed in 2010.
- Guided tour of Røros Church
- Duration: 30 minutes
- Groups of up to 50 people per guide
- Season: all year
- Coaches can park at Malmplassen (near Smelthytta Museum), only 100 meters from the church.
- Church events take precedence in Røros Church, and the church may be closed due to Sunday services, weddings, baptisms etc.
Options on request
- Cultural event (mini-concert or similar)
- We can customize the content and length of activities to suit your group. Please contact us for an offer.
- Guided tour of Røros
- Guided tour of Røros Museum Smelthytta
- Guided tour of Olav’s Mine
Guided tour of Røros
Join us on a guided tour of Røros where you will learn more about the people who lived here and how the city has evolved through preservation and modernization.
Guided tour of Røros Museum Smelthytta
Our guide takes you through the exhibitions The Copper Works, with working models of mining operations, and In their Finery, which gives an insight into the variety and traditions of dress worn for formal and festive occations in Røros in the 1800s.