Ågårdselva was a site for lumber cutting as early as in the 1600 century, and between 1860-1880 the saw mill was operating at full capacity. In 1973 the Dørje-Berg family purchased the old sawmill and restored the remaining buildings. Today these buildings serve as a workshop for the ceramic artist Eva Dørje-Berg and her son Ole Dørje, the painter. A few times a year, Soli Brug hosts a well known art exhibition in the old restored houses. Guided tours can be arranged for groups.