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Håkons Hall, sometimes anglicized as Håkon Hall and Haakons Hall, is an arena located at Stampesletta in Lillehammer, Norway. With a spectator capacity of 11,500 people, it is the largest handball and ice hockey venue in the country. Håkons Hall is regularly used for handball and ice hockey tournaments, concerts, exhibitions, conferences and banquets. The venue is owned by Lillehammer Municipality via the subsidiary Lillehammer Olympiapark, which owns all the Olympic venues in Lillehammer. The Norwegian Olympic Museum is located in the arena, which is located next to the smaller Kristins Hall.

Håkons Hall Sports Centre is part of the complex which supplements the main hall with a recreational training facility. In addition, there is a permanent health club, a climbing wall, an aerobic room, a golf center with two golf simulators and a putting green. The Norwegian Olympic Museum is located at Håkons Hall. The museum opened on 27 November 1997, and is the only museum in Northern Europe dedicated to the entirety of Olympic history.

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