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Open air museum with more than 80 buildings from Trondheim and the Trondelag area. Beautiful surroundings, and from the ruins of King Sverre's Castle you have a wonderful view over the city and the fjord. The impressive main exhibition Livsbilder...more
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It was very cold and snowing when we went and not all of it was open, and it was quite bizarre to be up in the hills looking down over the town and water. This was well laid out and had plenty to see for...More
We have been to a number of outdoor museums in Scandinavia so far, and this one stands out. It is well set out, with a range of buildings faithfully recreating history. Most of the buildings were open, and there were a number of excellent guides...More
Very nice place to spend a few hours in Trondheim. You get a good view of the city from the castle ruins (just watch out for the sheep droppings). The buildings are well-preserved and the staff there are very knowledgeable and friendly. Be sure to...More
While we were in Norway, we visited many of the traditional houses and got to know the history of the houses and their previous tenants. The guides were very passionate and did not mind bringing you around for a mini tour. They also spoke perfect...More
We are arrived at the museum at 2pm. We asked if we had enough time to see most of the buildings in 2hours. They close at 4pm. We paid the entrance fee and were told we could have an English guide for 1hour. A guide...More
We had a rather too hurried visit here - less than one hour but you could spend two hours or more, especially if a number of the houses on view are open for looking around.
There are some fascinating examples of old homesteads to be...More
The location is lovely, but the overall value for time and money is very poor. Like other exhibitions in Trondheim, there are some nice items here, but they're presented so poorly, illogically and unimaginatively that it's really just a pity. The lighting in the exhibits...More
This museum has a great collection of Norwegian houses, artifacts, national dress, and Rosemaling from the Trondelag areas. There is often concerts and extra viking displays in summertime. Site of an old medieval fortress from which you get a great outlook over the bay. Really...More
This museum has in display old Trondheim houses that were dismantled and placed here to form a small old town, including the dentist house and office, small shop, telephone office, post office, pharmacy (perfectly preserved), etc. Also countryside farm houses, school, barns and church among...More