Tags : Museum
Opening Hours : May-August:
Monday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Rest of the Months
Monday - Sunday : 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Ticket Price : Adults: NOK 140
Senior : NOK 100
Students : NOK 50
Children (under 18 years): NOK 50
Children (under 6 years) :- Free admission
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Located in the Bygdoy peninsula of Norway, the Kon-Tiki Museum shows the collection of maps, vessels, and books from the expedition that Kon-Tiki and his crew undertook. One of the main objectives was to keep the original Kon Tiki house, a colossal balsa wood raft built on the pre-Columbian model.
The museum was opened in 1949. In addition to its 8,000 books, the museum has over 1,000 vessels, a five-metre long whale shark model standing at 10 meters high and a 30-meter cave exhibition, which makes this an ideal educational destination. Furthermore, the Kon Tiki documentary is screened every day in the cinema hall of the museum. Additionally, visitors can purchase souvenirs from the museum shop to commemorate their visit.
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