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Inspired with the fly

This place is convenience as it near to the hotel I stayed feeling inspired by the creator I love... read more

Reviewed 7 October 2017
vandelars8
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Akershus, Norway
If you’re interested in aviation history, it’s worth a visit.

Stayed at a hotel nearby, and went for a stroll. Walked by the SAS museum, and decided to have a... read more

Reviewed 4 April 2016
ChristerTravel
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Bergen, Norway
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6 Oct 2017
“Inspired with the fly”
3 Apr 2016
“If you’re interested in aviation history, it’s worth a visit.”
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SAS museum presents the history of Scandinavian Airlines System and the airline’s parent companies. The SAS Museum, officially opened in 2003. The majority of the staff is SAS pensioners. In the museum you can follow the history of SAS since its...more
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Gardermoen Vest | Gardermovegen 1, 2060, Norway
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Reviewed 7 October 2017

This place is convenience as it near to the hotel I stayed feeling inspired by the creator I love them so much

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Reviewed 4 April 2016

Stayed at a hotel nearby, and went for a stroll. Walked by the SAS museum, and decided to have a look. This museum, from 2003/2004 and run by the DNL/SAS Historic Society, documents the history of Scandinavian civil aviation. SAS has entered a partnership with...More

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Reviewed 31 March 2016 via mobile

The museum is well worth a visit if you have the time, it's just outside the airport and is surprisingly interesting, giving you a good history of the aircraft and the company.

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Reviewed 25 September 2014

The staff was awesome. All retired volunteers from SAS. Some of the displayed items were mind boggling. I had never seen a multiple person arctic survival bag designed in the event of a forced landing on the polar cap. (none were ever needed)

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