Kongsvoll Alpine Garden

The alpine garden at Kongsvoll is situated approx. 900 metres above sea level and is a natural garden measuring 2 acres where the local flora and vegetation are kept. Here, the NTNU University Museum disseminates knowledge about the botanical diversity on the Dovrefjell mountains.

Visit us!

  • The alpine garden lies in the municipal of Oppdal, between Dombås and Oppdal at Dovrefjell.
  • The garden is open to visitors during the summer months June, July, and August

Explore the garden

Kongsvoll alpine garden Entrance Photo: NTNU University Museum

Discover the gardens different sub-areas

Research at Kongsvoll

Kongsvoll alpine garden Buildings Photo: NTNU University Museum

The Kongsvoll Biological Station is NTNU's research station at the botanical garden


Visitor information

Kongsvoll alpine garden Overview Photo: NTNU University Museum

Practical information for our visitors

Additional reading


Species at Kongvoll alpine garden:

Online exhibit of the garden: 


The garden's history

Where to find the garden

Contact information

 For guided tours, talks or questions, please contact:

NTNU University Museum's Department of Natural History:

  •  Tel: +47 73 59 22 80

Alternatively, contact
Tommy Prestø, senior engineer
and manager at Kongsvoll alpline garden and biological station: