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Norway is traditionally a seafaring nation, with a history of sailing, whaling and polar exploration that dates back to the Vikings. The ocean remains important to Norway, and the Oslo fjord is unique. Many of Norway's five million inhabitants live...more
The Aquarium in Drøbak is not big, but if you have the time there are quite some creatures from the sea to look at. The open pools are most interesting for the kids and this is were you want to spend a bit more time....More
Went yesterday with my 2 and 5 year old kids and we really enjoyed the time :) it's quite small and old, but lots of cool creatures to watch. We Specially liked the two pools where you can touch fish, starfishes and other animals.
In this aquarium you can see what sea hides under the surface. Some of aquariums are small and you can find almost everything. Here is also explain typical norwegian meal named "lutefisk" on the pictures.
We went there on a sunday and it was very nice, our three year old loved it. Children under 4, dont have to pay 😀 and only 60 kr for adults. It could use an update but it is very nice and many things to...More
We went here with my sister-in-law, her husband, and our niece. My husband, who grew up in Norway and is a freshwater biologist, probably enjoyed it the most. I enjoyed seeing the large sei and conger. Our niece like the small "petting" pool. Great way...More
The Aquarium is not manned. You are expected to pay in good will (which we did) via cash or card. 60kr adult and 40kr child. Was full of local marine life and was very interesting. Was slightly concerned about the rock pool area that children...More