The Smelthytta Museum – to get an insight into the history and operation of the Roros Copper Works, visit the Smelthytta Museum. With miniature models of the smelting and mining operations, the exhibitions are interactive and educational and gives an excellent sense of workers’ lives in the 1600s.
Olav’s Mine: An excellent guided historical walk will take you through the 17th century Nyberget mine and the 20th Century Olav’s mine. The guide takes you on a thrilling descent 50 metres down and 500 metres into the mountain. You will also enter the stunning Miner’s Hall. Warm clothes and good shoes are recommended for this walk.
Röros Church – This magnificent church, completed in 1784, is one of the most spacious in Norway, with a total of 1600 seats. The church was constructed by the Röros Copper Company for its workers and features a beautiful, bright interior with traditional blue-painted wooden pews.