*<do name="Vitenfabrikken [the Science Factory]" alt="" address="Storgaten, Sandnes" directions="" phone="" url="http://www.jaermuseet.no/jaermuseet/english_version/vitenfabrikken" hours="" price="" lat="" long=""> This is a very boring museum!! Maybe it is an ok museum for children... </do>
There are buses going inside and outside of the county limits. Local buses are all organized by the Kolumbus organization.
All of downtown are within walking distance. Bicycles can be borrowed for free at the bus terminal during office hours. The local government has invested heavily in bike paths -these are usually paved with a red material and can either be right next to the pedestrians' pavement or on the opposite side of the road.
All the local taxis use the meter. It may be slightly cheaper to show up at the bus terminal to get one than to call them and have them shop up at the hotel that may be meters away.
All new commercial buildings have to be wheelchair accessible.
Sandnes has several restaurants with both local and international cuisine.
Gamlaverket,  prides themselves on serving traditional local food in historical surroundings.
Charles & De, Langgaten 41, 4306 Sandnes, . Run by Charles Tjessem that is a born competitor and has participated in the norwegian culinary team since 1997, becoming its captain from 2001 to 2004. He has been acclaimed at many international competitions, in both individual and team events. After having directed the Culinary Institute of Norway, Charles Tjessem, was able to practice the cuisine he likes for Statoil, an oil company, which entrusted the catering of its reception facilities to him. Nowadays, however, he is really happy with his own restaurant, tavern, café, bakery and delicatessen: Charles & De! edit
Asia News in Langgata 25 serves both Chinese and Vietnamese food, and makes good vegetarian dishes.