This is basically the Royal Residency in Bergen, wherein the royal family reside when they’re in the city. Its premises were established way back in 1900 and after a lot of renovations and changes in ownership, the ‘first’ family of Norway shifted its base to this in the year 1927. Initially owned by the Prime Minister of Norway Christian Michelsen, Gamlehaugen was deemed as private property. After his demise in 1925, the property was bought by the state which is when it opened the huge parks outside the castle to the public. The state authorities also ensured to turn the ground floor of the house into a museum.