Tags : Museum
Timings : June- August
Monday – Sunday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Rest of the Year
Monday - Sunday: 10 AM - 5 PM
Entry Fee : Adults – 140 NOK
Children/Students – 50 NOK
Seniors – 100 NOK
Groups – 100 NOK
Family (2 Adults + 2 Kids) – 300 NOK
Guided Tours – 2200 NOK
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The Fram Museum, also known as Frammuseet, is a museum that documents Norwegian polar exploration. It is situated in Oslo, Norway, on the Bygdy peninsula. It pays homage to three prominent Norwegian polar explorers, Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup, and Roald Amundsen, as well as to Norwegian arctic exploration overall.
The museum also displays photographs of polar animals, including polar bears and penguins. The Kon-Tiki Museum, the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, the Viking Ship Museum, and the Norwegian Maritime Museum are in the neighbourhood of the Fram Museum. The primary display in the Fram building features explanation texts in 10 distinct languages that outline the three major Fram excursions. In addition, the Polar Book Store at the Museum has unique and exclusive arctic souvenirs, as well as what is perhaps the largest polar book selection in the world with 220 distinct volumes.
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