Hå gamle prestegard is an art and culture centre housed in traditional, listed buildings, which provides an exciting area for contemporary artists – visual arts, installations, sculpture – as well as handicrafts and cultural history.
The Vicarage is one of the most popular days out in Rogaland and the ideal starting point for adventure trips along the coast. The beach-hugging Kings` Road – a right of way dating from Christian IV`s day – runs right past. Just south of the Old Vicarage you can inspect the Obrestad Light and Obrestad Harbour, Where Elisabeth Jarstø`s “Convoy” sculpture has stood since 1999.
Hå gamle prestegard is home to:Art and history exhibitions, changing every month
Sale of handicraft items and visual arts, 150 artists
Concerts, literature and theme nights and other cultural events
Exhibition of SPOR (traces) Stone-Age settlement at Hå
Large grave site from approx. 500 – 800 AD, with burial mounds of various shapes and sizes
We can offer:Group visits with guide and refreshments
Room hire for weddings, parties, seminars and meetings
Overnight accommodation at Obrestad Light
Contact us by phone:51 79 16 60www.ha.no,
Opening hours Hå gamle prestegard: Monday – Friday 11 – 3, Saturday and Sunday 12 – 5. 15th May – 31st August: Weekdays 11-5, Saturday and Sunday 12-5
Opening hours Obrestad Light: 1st March – 31st November: Sundays 12-5
July: Tuesday to Sunday 12-5.