The American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, housed in the ornate Turnblad Mansion, is a heartland destination rich with history.
The town of Lindsborg, Kan., isn’t known as “Little Sweden” for no reason, boasting a host of Swedish traditions, decor, and Dala horses.
Jim Nelson recalls his numerous trips to Norway’s second city, Bergen, as a traveler, teacher, and guide, noting how the city has evolved.
Lori Ann Reinhall explores Bergen and beyoond through its rich cultural, geographical, and climatic ties with its sister city, Seattle.
More than its fairy-tale reputation, the coastal city of Ålesund, redefined by the fire of 1904, is a unique blend of old and new.
Travel Editor Cynthia Elyce Rubin talks about the wonderful collection of Norwegian artifacts at the Bosque Museum in Clifton, Texas.
Debbie Miller relates her first encounter with the vibrant Norwegian community of Norse, Texas, rich with Scandinavian roots.
The Ringness House in Bosque County, Texas, the historical home of Jens and Kari Ringness who arrived in 1854, is now a must-see museum.
As the cruise industry was hard-hit by the pandemic, Viking River Cruises, founded by Torstein Hagen, brings the cruise home with Viking.TV.
Rick Steves has compiled excerpts from Rick Steves’ Europe—11 from Norway—to create Classroom Europe, offering lessons on global citizenship.