The Melheim house was built in the winter of 1939-1940 on the farm Melheim at Indre Hafslo in Luster. It is a so-called central chimney house. It was built with one-and-a-half storeys on a cellar with a stone foundation wall. With pipes leading into the central chimney, the house was heated by means of wood stoves in all the rooms.
The building is a mixture of the Swiss and the Art Nouveau styles.
The interior decoration is based on statistical information how an average family in Sogn lived around 1940.
with living museum and local food - June, July and August
From 12am to 3pm: Museum staff and volunteers demonstrate traditional farm work and handicraft and other activities in and around the houses.
From 2pm to 5pm: Museum Café with traditional local food. Local chefs serve dinner every Wednesday.
Feeding of animals can be watched Monday to Friday at 2 pm.