The change will also be visible in the costumes worn by our guides. Visitors will notice that the well-known Setesdal folk dress is replaced with other garments. In the1700s, the folk dress was quite different from the clothes we have been used to associate with Setesdal from the last 200 years. We wish to focus on this, to show that folk dress does change over time, and may very often be quite different from the bunads worn today. There are a few very old garments in Norsk Folkemuseum’s collections. In addition, we had to use written sources and the practical experience of our seamstresses to research ourselves towards aresult. Consequently, the Setesdal farm is also an experimental project, where we make written sources become visual. In this way, the Setesdal farm will be renewed in many different ways when meeting visitors in 2016.