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#1 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
There is an excellent collection of musical instruments of many many different sorts from all over the world.The 'garden' room allows you to sit looking at the fantastic view and explore all aspects of the museum...
The museum itself is divided in two parts; one where you get a guided tour with a profesional musician that show you instruments, perform and tells you stories about the area from some centuries back.
#2 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
We had a lovely day to explore one of Norways outdoor museums.
We have been to several folk museums and this one was among the best.
#3 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
The science museum is a fun museum with virtually every display offering some type of hands-on activity.
Our next tourist stop in Trondheim, the Vitensenteret or Science Museum was excellent.
#4 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
This museum was nominated as one of the world's best museums when established.
Wish there were more music museums like this one
#5 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
The Fortress has a wonderful museum and there is a terrific view.
One can take a pleasant walk arownd the walls overlooking the city views and visit the main bulding with a nice museum also for free.
#6 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
The palace is a complex of buildings which includes various museums.
The museum shows original sculptures from Nidaros Cathedral and archaeological finds.One can see the Archbishop's mint, where coins were stamped, just as it was found by archaeologists.
#7 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
Buy admission to this museum in the combo with the other museums - it is worth it imho.
Lovely small museum and chance to admire beautiful crown jewels and robes
#8 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
This is a fantastic museum for creative souls.There are a whole range of arts and crafts represented from all over the world with a particularly good Japanese exhibition.
The upper floor is devoted to Hannah Ryggen’s tapestries and the museum’s large collection of Japanese handicrafts.
#9 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
This museum is behind the Archbishop Palace and contains a part which has Norwegian military history from the Vikings to present and another on Nazi Occupation of Norway (3rd floor).
A small museum devoted to the so called Home Guard who tried to defend and protect Norway during our invasion by the Germans during WW2.
#10 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
This museum is absolutely great with nicely displayed battle and war items including weaponry and uniforms.
A free museum charting the history of the Norwegian army and the WWII resistance.
#11 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
A very interesting museum with relics from our past.
#12 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
The Natural History museum is mostly sad - and I am a connoisseur and dedicated fan of natural history museums.
we were here today in a part of this museum for the body world vital exibition.
#14 of 30 Museums in Trondheim
The museum traces the Jewish community back to the 1800,s with all displays and photos donated by the present members of the community [160].
This small museum presents the history of Jews in Norway.
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