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Lundsvagen is a large private boat marina where there is also a school area (Lundsvågen Naturskole) that specialises in the sea, boats and fish. On Sundays in the summer half of the year you can visit, rent a boat, look round the small aquarium, mess about with water, or just relax with a coffee and waffle.

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wander around the jetties This is a good place to get out for some fresh air on a Sunday. If you buy drinks and waffles then the small aquarium is free.  This is a cold-water aquarium with tanks containing local sea life. There are water-wheels and gates to control water flow (and get wet), and lots of boats, including a small raft that swivels about and is a magnet for jumping children.
You could also walk around Lundsneset, which starts just 200 meters from here
Map reference:
Kartblad 1213III Rennesoy, 136 451
By car:
Drive over the bridge from Stavanger to Hundvåg. At the shops and roundabout (Hundvaagkrossen) turn right and follow the Hundvag ring until signs to Lundsvågen.
Parking:
Beside the school, or at the end of the Lundsneset path
By bus:
Local bus 38 from Stavanger Sentrum
By boat:
We think it would be a great idea to have regular boats here from central Stavanger
Distance from Stavanger: 4km

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pedalos, canoes, rigging and sails
the raft - which moves - is much loved by children Travel time from Stavanger:
10 minutes by car
Duration of the visit:
an hour or two
Facilities:
Carpark
Toilets cafe
Kids verdict:
good fun, especially playing with water and worrying parents that we'll fall in the sea
See also:
Lundsneset
"Trollskogen"

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