Veiåker Gård is an adventure and a cultural heritage site! Hanne Høne Veikåker is the hen in charge of Veikåker Gård which is an old way station from 1789. Iron bars from the Viking age has been found here as well as a monastery which had been established down from the farm by the fjord. 1100 year old oak trees planted by the monks still stands.
700 free range hens enjoy outdoor life on the premises. In the summer the farm houses a gang of very
happy forest pigs, who all constantly curl their tails in sheer happiness. The pigs share space on the
farm with beautiful big horses, Highland cattle, dogs, cats and 3 mice...
Hanne Høne, the hen in charge, also runs a village shop where you can enjoy a good cup of coffee and
buy everything except the cat. In 2010 Veikåker was awarded Cultural Heritage status. So here you
can have a great farm experience as well as enjoy being at a cultural heritage site!