On the farm Trodalen, some distance up the hill on the north side of Matrefjorden, there is a large two-storey farmhouse that seems to be in the style of building traditions in East Norway. The main building is from 1820, and those who built it have had practice from timbering jobs in east Norwegian rural communities. On this farm there is an unusually rich collection of tools, equipment and furniture – more than 600 items. Here is hunting gear for wolverine, lynx and fox; here are tools such as planes and coopering equipment, and here is equipment for a farm smithy. There are two chests supposedly from the 1500s, and the scullery door that has been taken care of – with a large sun figure carved in the middle – is probably from late Middle Ages.