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Vigeland Museum Oslo 3.0 km away
#1 of 106 Museums in Oslo
Of all the palaces and art museums visited on my recent Baltic cruise the park and the incredible sculptures were the highlight of my trip.
It includes entry into all the museums (about 100 Kroner each so around £9) and includes the entire public transport network including the ferries.
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Fram Polar Ship Museum Oslo 3.0 km away
#2 of 106 Museums in Oslo
This was among the best museums we have ever visited as a family, The history and the preservation effort is simply outstanding and a great tribute to the explorers.
Best reached by ferry from Oslo and combined with visits to the other two museums nearby and also the Viking Museum a short bus ride away (or the other way around as the ferry stops at both locations)
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#1 of 43 Museums in Bergen
The museum is a wonderful building with an excellent film on Greig containing background of some of his best works, a very informative discussion of his romantic nationalism that was so important to his music and...
The home of world famous composer Edvard Grieg.It is an amazing location,, secluded and beautiful.A small museum about the man and his life.
#3 of 106 Museums in Oslo
This was one of my favourite museums in Oslo! Rich in history and architecture and during a sunny and warm day a lovely way to spend your time in Oslo!
Truely one of the marvelous place which has One of the world's oldest and largest open-air museums, with 155 traditional houses from all parts of Norway and a stave church from the year 1200.
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#1 of 19 Museums in Stavanger
Went to the canning museum first (250K) for family ticket which covers lots of other museums for free including the children's museum within 'The Stavanger museum' The bonus is that this gave us 50% discount on en...
This is one of the best interactive museums we've been to.
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#4 of 106 Museums in Oslo
It is, as most of Oslo‘s museums - a gem, you can enjoy the art of Matisse, Monet, Munch, Leger, Picasso - and the best of it: The staff is extremely friendly, helpful and this even if there are crowds of groups w...
This is one of the smaller art museums I've been to, but it's wonderful with some really amazing works of art.
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#2 of 43 Museums in Bergen
Please go visit it while you're in Bergen if you love interactive museums and science!
I have been so so many science museums and this one is my favorite.
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#5 of 106 Museums in Oslo
More expensive than most museums in Oslo, but free with oslo pass.
This is a great museum with everything from new technology and discoveries, hands on experiments and history of technology, cars, industry, clocks, phones, medicine and more.
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The Kon-Tiki Museum Oslo 3.0 km away
#6 of 106 Museums in Oslo
The curation is excellent, the museum very well designed and, pardon the pun, easy to navigate, If you are in the area of the city where there are several museums relating to the sea, including on the Amundens pol...
Located just across the street from the Fram and Norwegian Maritime museums, you can get a discount ticket good for all three ... and it's worth it.
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Oscarsborg Fortress Oslo 27.5 km away
#7 of 106 Museums in Oslo
Like most of the museums in Oslo there is so much to read that it gets tiresome.
Excellent museum with important history
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#2 of 19 Museums in Stavanger
Price is 90 NOK, and you can visit every MUST (Museum of Stavanger) museums with it.
We hardly ever visit museums when we travel with kids, but this museum is just great for adults and kids alike.
#8 of 106 Museums in Oslo
I have seen a lot of war and memorial museums around the world and this ranks right up there for intrigue, interesting facts, and a lot of "who knew?!!" facts about those tough and stoic Norwegians in the resistance.
This is one of the most interesting museums we have explored especially if one is interested in World War 11 history.
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#9 of 106 Museums in Oslo
If you are big into seeing the sights and having your choice of museums to visit all for one cost, Oslo Pass is the way to go.
Use it to gain access to all the major museums.
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#10 of 106 Museums in Oslo
There is a small cafe there, where you can rest your feet, having coffee and fresh pastries, you can walk around the gardens or even visit the museums.
But it's still a nice park to take a stroll, or you can visit the zoological and natural history museums.
Viking Ship Museum Oslo 3.7 km away
#11 of 106 Museums in Oslo
Liked it and love history and unique Museums very small but had an Oslo card so went loads of places - I loved the views you can get above and a real sense of history and Norwegian pride.
Nearby museums and the other place definitely worth a visit too is the Nobel Peace Price (or is it the Nobel Piece Prize?) center.
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#4 of 43 Museums in Bergen
Museum is well organised, easy to reach and a place to spend one hour and half, Another advantage is shuttle bus ticket included to museum visit in Bergen, and you can go to 2 more museums free by using Shuttle Bu...
If you visit other Scandinavian countries and visit Museums related to ships/vessels, it will be easier to understand the power of the League.
#5 of 43 Museums in Bergen
Overall I recommend this as one of the better house type museums which We have visited and well worth making that bit of extra effort to travel to.
The stop was easy to find and we found the museum easily also, unlike when we set off to find the Edvard Grieg Museum and the Stave Church.
Oslo City Hall Gallery Oslo 0.9 km away
#12 of 106 Museums in Oslo
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#6 of 43 Museums in Bergen
The other two museums had some amazing artwork by a Norwegian artist Nikolai Astrup and we fortunately happened on an excellent tour of his work.
Nice museums, well worth the price and with kids' activities too!
Norwegian Glacier Museum Sogndal Municipality
#1 of 2 Museums in Sogndal Municipality
Located at the bottom of continental Europe's largest glacier, Jostedalsbreen glacier, this small museum delivers a great deal of information about the formation of glaciers, as well as information about climate.
Small but very nice and interesting museum, I have found it by chance after seeing the nearby glacier, it offers a good explanation on the glaciers and there are experiments to try for the kids, they also show a g...
The Ibsen Museum Oslo 1.3 km away
#13 of 106 Museums in Oslo
One of the best museums in Oslo
The tour of the Ibsen's apartment (this is the very building and apartment where he and lis wife lived and died) was very interesting and informative, lead by a lively and knowledgable museum guide who could answe...
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Armed Forces Museum Oslo 1.0 km away
#14 of 106 Museums in Oslo
Very impressive collection of Norwegian & German armaments from all eras, but particularly World War II... this is the ONE museum (of all the museums we visited in Oslo) that our son longs to go back to: higher pr...
Excellent museum with a good historical exhibition as well as showing the modern parts of Norwegian involvement in peace keeping missions around the world.
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22 July Centre Oslo 0.4 km away
#15 of 106 Museums in Oslo
22. Juli Sentret is a memorial / museum / information centre about the terrorist attacks on the Norwegian governments buildings and on Utøya.
Coming into this museum I will admit that I didn’t know a whole lot about what happened on the 22 July 2011, but I left with a wealth of knowledge and extremely moved by my visit here.
#7 of 43 Museums in Bergen
This museum may seem a bit macabre, but it is really well curated and truly fascinating.
Located right in the heart of the city this is a fascinating museum.
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#3 of 19 Museums in Stavanger
Museums are open from 10-16, so if you can start at 10 at the Canning Museum, you can finish all these and maybe you save a little time for the "big museum", Museum of Stavanger.
Most maritime museums focus on the ships themselves.
#1 of 8 Museums in Alesund
It is a very nice museum - in fact you have something like 4 museums combined!
They have fantastic displays of watercraft from Viking vessels to 20th century fishing boats, many examples of homes from various centuries of Norwegian history, a Medieval Museum, and the beautiful Borgen Church.
#8 of 43 Museums in Bergen
It is great value as it includes entry to the three museums you visit and I think we learned much more than we would have just visiting ourselves, especially in only 90 minutes.
The guide also took the group to the other two museums nearby and with the help of her introduction, I found the artifacts much more alive and interesting.
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#2 of 8 Museums in Alesund
Great pair of museums!
Overall, it is a great museum to understand the recent history of Alesund and its architectural style... with a contemporary art bonus!
Emanuel Vigeland Museum Oslo 5.0 km away
#16 of 106 Museums in Oslo
Emanuel Vigerland Museum are a mausoleum this is his ønly work in his hole life as a werry good and talanted paiter he is Gustav Wigerlands little brother and if you are in Oslo for sure they guide you to his big...
Emanuel Vigeland Museum One hidden gem in Oslo