is a Western Norwegian Economuseum-awarded farm
specializing in fruit farming and fruit processing. The farm also keeps 70 winter-fed sheep. We offer guided tours and dining (max. 80 visitors per group) based on the farm’s products, knowledge, tastes and traditions. In the farm outlet, you’ll find fruit preserves, lamb meat, apple juice, cider, and fresh fruit in season.
Hosts are Gro and Hans, who run the farm as fifth generation owners, although there are three generations
living at Syse Gard at present: Hans’ parents Synnøva and Erling, and Hans and Gro’s children Erling
jr., Guro and Ingeborg.
Our farm outlet
is open all year round, at varying times.
January – March 27:
These are quiet times at the farm. Please get in touch by phone, as we’re normally around.
March 28 – August 15:
Open Tuesday to Friday, from 10 AM to 5 PM. Saturday: 10 AM to 2 PM. Sunday and Monday closed, or open by appointment.
August 15 – December:
These are busy times. We’re open Monday to Friday, from 10 AM to 5 PM. Saturday: 10 AM to 2 PM. Sunday closed, or open by appointment.
all year round, by appointment.
In our showroom, you’ll be introduced to the history of the farm, all our products and the daily life on the farm. We’ll also provide you with samples of apple juice, cider, dried and cured leg of mutton etc. If the weather’s nice, we’ll show you around the orchard and the smokehouse. In addition, our guided tour touches on aspects like fruit picking, our mountain pasture, fruit growing, how we smoke meat, produce jam and preserve plums.
Price: By agreement.
Duration: 1–1 ½ hours.
Capacity: 10–80 people.
Minimum 10 people or minimum fee.
The visit can be combined with simple dining (min. 15 – max. 70 people, or upon further agreement.) The food we serve is based on the farm’s products.
Contact info for guided tours:
Guided tours and dining must be pre-booked.
Language: Guiding in Norwegian or English.
Payment: Visa, Mastercard or pre-arranged voucher (followed by invoice per e-mail).
Gro Tveit Uglenes
Syse, Apalvegen 106 ,5730 ULVIK, NORWAY
E-mail: [email protected]