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Viking Ship Museum

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Come face to face with some of the world's greatest Viking treasures! Experience the best-preserved Viking Ships in the world and unique burial artefacts from boat graves around the Oslo Fjord. These ships have been on voyages of the sea before they...more
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Huk Avenue 35, Oslo 0287, Norway
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+47 22 13 52 80
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Not a vast amount to see at this museum for 100k but still worth it as the ships are incredible and an integral part of Norway's history

Thank Stephen H
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

4 Preserved and presented Viking ship burials. You can get right up close to (almost) a thousand year old ship. See artefacts that we’re buried with them. There are a couple of very informative films and a mesmerising presentation over one of the boats. Everyone...More

Thank alexs98
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

I really enjoyed my visit here and to see the ancient ships so well preserved was amazing, another great experience.

Thank 10JP
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were a little disappointed with our visit, as there were so many questions we had. It could've been more interactive in terms of the viking history and voyages made in general. It is a very small museum which could've been so much more interesting....More

Thank Nerine J
Reviewed 5 days ago

Spent the better part of the afternoon here. Many nice artifacts, small and large. The boats here were real interesting, the write up was great. the smaller artifacts were very ornate and in very good restored condition. There could have been more content though. Overall...More

Thank finestrod
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

I visited this museum on my day 2 in Oslo. I took return ticket of Bygdoy ferry for NOK 69. In Bygdoy, I only visited two museums, this museum and Norsk Folkemuseum. The museums entrance fee was NOK 100 each. I did not buy Oslo...More

Thank Achik72
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The museum is not big, which is nice, you get to see everything carefully. It’s quite unique, the ships are really nice to see in real life. Also you should see the short movie that plays every 15 minutes there, it explains the history of...More

Thank mawahballah
Reviewed 6 days ago

I had to see this place first hand, as I have known about this ship and museum since I was a child visiting EPCOT's Norway pavilion (before it changed to frozen). The movie showcased this ship, and has always moved me. I knew when I...More

Thank Azboarder23
Reviewed 6 days ago

It's a small museum and not on a priority list to see but if you have time it was interesting. Near Fram and Kon Tiki Museum and woth a stop if you are there

Thank Francis G
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's amazing to see real viking ships in such well preserved condition! There are three such ships. You can also see other artifacts e.g. things that were found in the ships, the hulls, etc.

Thank Kaumudi P
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Diddybubby
3 October 2018|
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Response from Q8825ARjohns | Reviewed this property |
We spent 1.5 hours minimum in this place it was just brilliant
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Suican A
26 February 2018|
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Response from noslomai | Reviewed this property |
You might want to try emailing the museum (mailto:postmottak@khm.uio.no) but I’m afraid the soundtrack may have been recorded solely for the purpose of the animation and may not be made available.
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GIRIJA D
25 December 2017|
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Response from BjMOslo_Norway | Reviewed this property |
The first ship was shifted there in 1926, and the final building was finished in 1956. As far as I know a new shifting, whch has been planned for many years now have been skipped for good
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