This is a triple nave wooden church, one of the most beautiful and well preserved of the stave churches we saw on our trip. To see it, you park at the visitor center across the road and buy a ticket. They give you a little sticker to put on your jacket that lets you go inside the church, plus the ticket allows you see to see the exhibits about stave churches inside the visitor center. There are also a café and restrooms at the visitor center (no ticket needed). From the visitor center, you cross the road to see the church, which is surrounded by a surprisingly pretty graveyard. You don’t need to buy a ticket if you don’t want to go inside the church, but given its condition, if you only went inside one stave church in Norway, this should be the one.