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The Viking Ship Museum and Historical Museum Admission Ticket

Highlights
  • Stand beneath the bow of a ship built over 1,000 years ago
  • Imagine life in the Viking Age by learning about the ships’ contents
  • Admire Viking craftsmanship in ornate carvings and textiles
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The Viking Ship Museum and Historical Museum Admission Ticket
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Overview
Step back in time with a visit to the Viking Ship Museum, where you’ll see three ships over 1,000 years old. The vessels and their contents were well preserved thanks to their status as burial ships. Visitors can admire grave goods ranging from everyday objects to elaborate silks and sleighs. The Museum features a film that follows a Viking voyage, an audio guide for smartphones, and occasional special activities.
What to Expect
Visit: Viking Ship Museum

Do not miss the chance to stand in front of the three best-preserved Viking Ships in the world! These ships were used to sail the Norwegian fjords and afterwards they were used as burial ships. Admire the details of ships and the objects found in the ships along with the skeletons of those buried with the ships. Take a look at the four mystic dragon heads!

See the new film that is shown regularly on the walls and roof of one of the museum wings. This experience-film follows the entire trip of one Viking Ship. Find the perfect spot so you do not miss any of the details of the film.

The museum has free brochures in several languages, and an audio guide for smartphones and tablets which can be downloaded free of charge. There are activities for children and adults from time to time, check the upcoming events in the museum's page.
Reviews (10)

1 - 5 of 9 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
A "Must See" in Oslo ...

This is not a big museum but its collection is nothing less than awesome. Don't miss it if you have time. The biggest hurdle is to get there but plenty of buses, taxis and a water shuttle are options.

3  Thank Passport616217
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Small but perfectly formed

This museum is a must visit when in Oslo, even on my 3rd visit to the museum it hasn't lost its ability to impress. With the 3 original ships, and a selection of artifacts that demonstrate the viking skills its impossible not to stand and...More

1  Thank stuartriches
Reviewed 7 August 2018
Fascinating place

A very informative and interesting museum not huge, which is a good thing! A compact site with good view of the ships on display, you can climb up stairs to see inside the ships, an excellent insight into how the ships were used and very...More

Thank Deborah A
Reviewed 7 August 2018
The Viking Ship Museum

This is an amazing museum! It houses the proud ship in the accompanying photo and aone recovered after it was partially destroyed by fire, and to understand these, one can/should watch the excellent documentary about Viking ships and travel. Then walk up the stairs to...More

Thank LindyLoo76
Reviewed 10 July 2018
Amazing

This is definitely worth seeing. There are two restored ships and one as it was found. If you're interested in the Vikings, you'll be even more interested when you see the actual vessels they used, so small and so beautifully designed. Loved it.

Thank 870jcnorton