How are the Norwegian wells revived and used by people today? The Norwegian wells are primarily attributed the national Saint Olav and appeared in the middle ages in the time after king Olav Haraldsson’s death in 1030 and following his emerging sainthood. Today they are scattered all over the Norwegian geography. As elsewhere in Europe, these wells became famous for their healing water, for pilgrimages to the wells, narrating stories about the attributed and for ritualized practices in connection to the wells. Such practices were suppressed and eventually prohibited in Norway as a result of the protestant reformation. Today, many wells are being re-discovered, restored and becoming part of new practices. During the summer of 2020 and 2021 I have travelled around Norway in search of wells, their places, and practices.