The exhibition Brudaholen takes its name from the cabin Brudaholen, in which it is also installed. Brudaholen is a small mountain cabin situated in Skihelledalen, a valley in the southernmost part of the region Sunnmøre in Norway.
The orginal cabin was built around 1948. After decades as a partial home and sheperds cabin it was demolished and rebuilt in 2006 by Jostein O. Alme, several friends and his uncle Ola Røyrhus, who also took part in the construction of the first cabin 60 years before.
Brudaholen is now an open cabin for anyone walking in the mountain in the need for a place to rest.