Centrally located within walking distance to Larvik Town Square, where visitors can meet, shop and eat. The Herregarden is a museum that is open daily and is also within walking distance.The Larvik Maritime Museum is an interesting look at life on the sea from the olden days until present. This Larvik, Norway hotel is close to Fredriksvern Verft, one of Norway's best kept military constructions from the 1700s that has played an important part in the Norwegian sea history.Experience a variety of historical and cultural adventure and a diversity of nature, both by sea and land, in the Larvik area.Larvik has its own particular stone variety, called Larvikitt. It is 270 million years old and has been used in the stone quarry industry for more than 100 years. Today this stone is Larvik's largest export article. The present stone quarry industry is Larvik's largest industry.