Watch the craftsman at work while learning about the local history of the forge.
Since the earliest settlement of the Faroe Islands, the production of tools and equipment has been of great importance in the struggle for survival in this hostile North Atlantic environment. Indeed, wood and iron were scarce resources.
There are several examples of the blacksmiths' skill in making iron and steel, but there are almost no old forges active today, except the one at Trøllanes. This unique place will introduce you to the history of the local blacksmiths and their traditional working methods.