Hyggen is a coastal village located along the east side of Drammensfjord. Hyggen is 4 km from Røyken, 13.7 km from Drammen and 40.6 km from Oslo. The village had 739 residents as of 1 January 2014. Hyggen was previously best known for its granite quarry. Today it is most associated with the cultivation of fruits and berries. Hyggen has both a marina and a beach. It offers short distances to recreational areas, as well as the hiking trails.   
The oldest written reference to Hyggen is from Aslak Bolts jordebok (1432–1433) a register of properties and incomes of the Archdiocese of Nidaros. The name has evolved over time; in 1400 Heggenni, Heggiunne and Hæggenne, Hegginna, in 1512 Hegien gorden, in 1617 Heggind and in 1723 Hyggen. The name Hyggen probably comes from the Old Norse Heggvin (Norwegian: Hegg) a reference to the bird cherry, a tree native to northern Europe. In his book Røyken Bygd – før og nu (1928), Oluf Rygh offered an alternative suggesting it was named after a small stream called Heggja or rather Hegg. 
Hyggen looking south over Drammensfjord
- Hyggen gård (hyggeneplemost)
- Statistics Norway (2005). "Urban settlements. Population and area, by municipality. 1 January 2005". Archived from the original on December 22, 2008.
- Hyggen (Royken.kommune)
- Aslak Bolts jordebok (Store norske leksikon)
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