Another exciting place to visit is Veien Kulturminnepark. Here there are nature trails around burial mounds, several exhibitions, a longhouse from over 2000 years ago, and "the world's most beautiful rose" - thousands of rose pictures that have been combined into a picture of a large rose. The tour is worth taking! Otherwise, it's the day for the children every Tuesday, where they learn to make carrying nets the old-fashioned way.
Hønefosserevyen is one of Norway's most famous and largest summer revues, and can be very fun to watch. It is played all summer at Gledeshuset, which is also a restaurant and nightclub.
Just ten minutes away from the campsite is Ringerike Museum, right next to the medieval church Norderhov church.
For the active
There is also plenty of outdoor life and activities in the area. The most popular hike is Mørkgonga, which you may have already seen lots of pictures of on social media. Some parts can be demanding, but the view you get at the top is worth the effort. Be careful of where you park, as the parking on site is not the best. Fines are often issued to those who park incorrectly, and it may therefore be wiser to be driven and picked up if possible.
Another popular tour is the King's View or Kongens Utsikt in Norwegian, which has absolutely stunning views. You can walk from Sundvolden Hotel, which takes between two and three hours, or you can drive up to Kleivstua and walk from there. This trip is family-friendly and takes just under 30 minutes one way. An even shorter walk right by is the Queen's view (Dronningens utsikt). The view is still good, just not AS good!