Photo: Dyrsku'n arrangement
Dyrsku'n is Norway's largest trade and farming fair, yearly gathering around 90 000 visitors in the little village of Seljord in West-Telemark.
Activities for most
The fair is varied and offers activities for a wide range of interests. There are exhibitors and sales stalls for farming equipment, craft, local food, and lots of varied goods. And there are also activities for people of all ages.
Traditionally, Dyrsku'n was a livestock show, and you will still see this in the live animals being exhibited.
Go by bus to the Dyrsku site
Dyrsku'n takes place within a walking distance from Seljord Bus Terminal. You can travel to Seljord with NW182 Telemarkekspressen and NW180 Haukeliekspressen. This means that you can come straight to Seljord from Skien, Porsgrunn, Tønsberg, Oslo, Haugesund, Bergen in addition to local Telemark sites.
View a full overview of bus stops services by NW182 Telemarkekspressen and NW180 Haukeliekspressen.
In order to make the bus journey easier, there will be extra departure from Grenland to Dyrsku'n. Find departure times and search departures from your preferred place in our journey planner.