Vår Energi Arena Randaberg

25 June – 14 August
Monday – Sunday 10.00 – 17.00

Lots of fun activities

Sometimes there are also instructors at the activities.
Open every day
Children up to 16 year
Free admission
How do I get to the hall?

We encourage everyone to cycle, walk or use public transport to reach us. You will find us here: Torvmyrveien 24, 4070 Randaberg.

Public transport
You can find information about bus routes and timetables at kolumbus.no
Cycling

You can lock your bike in one of our bike racks. We also have a charging station for electric city bikes.

Cars

We have a large, free car park.

Frequently asked questions

I have no one to go with, can I come on my own?

Yes, of course! We would love you to come and join us. Inside the hall you will find an area we call the Meeting Place. From here, each day at 11.00, 12.00 and 13.00, a member of staff will give you and other visitors a tour of the facilities and the various activities. This is a great opportunity to make new friends. If you feel alone, or have lost your friends, you can always come back to the Meeting Place and contact the hall staff.

How old do you have to be to attend without an adult?

If you were born in 2012 or earlier, you can attend without an adult as long as you have permission from your parents/guardians.

If you were born after 2012, you must come with an accompanying adult (aged 18 or over) who can look after you while you visit us. Accompanying adults are admitted free of charge.

What is an “accompanying adult”?

An accompanying adult is someone who has reached the age of 18, and who is responsible for the children in their care.

Accompanying adults are admitted free of charge.

Maximum one adult companion per child. In some cases, a second accompanying parent, older sibling or grandparent may be allowed.

Folkehallene reserves the right to intervene if we consider that an accompanying adult is not fulfilling their responsibility towards the child.

I am not an accompanying adult, but would like to visit the facility

Other, non-accompanying adults who come with children and want to use the facilities pay NOK 95 for admission – or use a regular punch card or a Folkekort membership card.

The activities are not intended for adults who want to come alone, but only for children and families.

Is the hall adapted for people with disabilities?

Folkehallene are there for everyone, and we will be happy to help you find an activity that suits just you. Our facility is universally designed, for further details, see tilgjengelighet.no

What about food and drinks?

We have a summer kiosk selling reasonably priced food and drinks. Ice cream is important in the summer, so we have bought a lot of it! We have a lot of things that are healthy and tasty, and some that are just tasty! Fruit, water, soft drinks, hot dogs, sandwiches, noodles and snacks.

You are of course also welcome to bring your own food and drinks.

How can I pay if I want to buy something?

You can pay with cash or a payment card.

Do I have to book a ticket?

No, you do not need to book a ticket or seat. Just turn up whenever you want during opening hours.

How many times can I visit Summer in the Folkehallene arenas?

There is no limit to how many times you can visit us. Come as often as you want!

House rules

We have drawn up a set of rules to ensure that everyone has the best possible experience when they visit us: 

Everyone should feel safe and have fun. 
Therefore, we expect all our visitors to be considerate and think of others at all times. We do not want you to injure yourself or others. 

Only use equipment and apparatus for its intended purpose. 
Do not use if for anything else. Climbing is only permitted on climbing walls and obstacle courses. Treat any equipment that you borrow with care. Do not collide with equipment or other guests with scooters, skateboards or similar. If you are not sure whether you can do something or not, ask a member of staff. 

We do not tolerate any violence, damage, vandalism, theft, fighting, bullying or threats. 

  • The same applies to shoving, barging and general poor behaviour. 
  • Unwanted behaviour will result in expulsion from the facility. 
  • Repeated misbehaviour will result in permanent exclusion. 
  • Violations of the law will be reported to the police. 

 
Summer in the Folkehallene arenas is not a place to just to “hang out” this summer, it is a place for physical activity and fun. 

  • To make sure that everyone feels safe, do not gather in large groups when you are not taking part in activities. This can be uncomfortable for other guests. 
  • When you have finished your activity, feel free to take a break. It’s nice to leave the hall to others once you have finished what you are doing.