The only barony in Norway is in Rosendal, and the Manor House from 1665 is the smallest of its kind in Scandinavia.
Visiting Baroniet Rosendal is a time travel through changing eras, with rooms and interiors created by the owners for 250 years. The barony is kept in the same way as the last owner left it in 1927. It is well known for its beautiful rose garden and landscape garden created over 300 years ago. In the summer season, there is a rich cultural program with concerts, exhibitions, theatre in the courtyard, and lectures. Light meals with local produce from the kitchen garden are served in the café.