Tags : Museum
Opening Hours : Monday - Sunday : 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Ticket Price : Adults : NOK 140
Senior Citizen : NOK 100
Students : NOK 50
Children (6-17 years ): NOK 50
Children (0-5 years) : Free admission
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Norway Maritime Museum, located in the Bygdynesveien area of Oslo, is the shipbuilding museum for marine archaeology, serving as a beautifully designed attraction in the city's heart. The museum consists of boat models, ship models, marine archaeological pieces, and fishing tackle, all displayed in a spacious area.
It includes six exhibits on coast culture and historical pieces on maritime discoveries, covering an entirely different part of the museum. In addition to this, visitors will also find colourful, informative paintings that depict the history of Norwegian Marine history by prominent artists like Axel Revold, Hans Gude, and Christian Krohg. Furthermore, the museums have souvenir shops where you can buy interesting souvenirs and cafes where you can enjoy delicious food and drink.
Exhibits : Reconstruction of a Viking Boat, By Sea, At Sea, Voyages with the Chief, etc.
Accessibilities : Wheelchairs, Prams, Restrooms
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