It is the rich Myklebust findings from the Viking Age that will be the main attraction for SAGASTAD.
Through various exhibitions, activities, entertainment, stories and tales, SAGASTAD will give us insight into the regions interesting historical past.
The size of the coal seam, the amount of intact rivets and the 44 shield bulges, are all indicating that the Myklebust ship must have been at least 25 to 30 m long and 6.5 m wide.
It may also have had 22 Shields on each side, that is a total of 44 oars.
The rich findings from the burial mounds on the farm center, testifies to a center of power during much of the Viking Age.The burial ground is from the Iron Age, and from the period 600-1000 AD.