Alesund MuseumCurrently Open [Closes at 03:00 pm]
- Address: Rasmus Ronnebergsgt. 16, Alesund, Norway
- Timings: 09:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +47-70123170
- Ticket Price: 50 NOK
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Outdoors, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum
Alesund Museum - Review
This small museum right in the centre of Alesund describes the city’s journey through history, and its cultural story through various permanent exhibitions. These exhibitions cover the great town fire of 1904, fisheries, regional boats and World War II. There’s also a beautiful model of 1898 Alesund. Artefacts, photographs and paintings are the main storytelling props here. The Fisheries Museum is a part of Alesund museum, though it’s not located here.
Alesund Museum Ticket Prices
- NOK 30 for 6-16.
- Free for under 6.
- Check if the ticket price will include entry into the Fisheries Museum.
Restaurants Near Alesund Museum
- Express pizza Vest AS
- Ta det Piano Art cafe & Gallery
- Let's Eat Deli
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Things to Know Before Visiting Alesund Museum
95% of people who visit Alesund include Alesund Museum in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
52.03% of people start their Alesund Museum visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Alesund Museum
66.18% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Alesund Museum
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Alesund Museum, Alesund Reviews
Great museum. If you are interested in history of Alesund, this is the place to go. Very informative and interesting. My favorite museum of our trip to Norway. If traveling as a family, there is a map with stickers where you have to place the items in the correct rooms, so the whole family is engaged. It looks small on the outside, but the place is crammed with information and items, such as an original telephone from Alexander Graham Bell which was used to make the first phone call in Europe. Highly recommended.
Great little museum to spend an hour. Attic and basement displays were the best.
A small but interesting Museum I especially liked the photogrophy display with the old cameras and photographs
Small little museum. Good if you have a hour to kill. The set up is a bit conjointed but the attic was the best spot in my opinion
What a sweet little museum. The building is old and has about 3 floors. The person as the reception desk was really friendly and knowledgeable especially for being a very young man. The exhibits themself were very intersting but a little bit all over the place and slightly disconjointed. I particularly liked the basement exhibit about Norway in wartime and found out a lot I didn't know about it's involvement during the world wars. It was quite cheap to enter so I would say it was worth a visit if you have a spare hour or so in the afternoon.