Det Hanseatic Museum And SchotstueneCurrently Closed
- Address: Finnegarden 1A, 5003 Bergen, Norway
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +47-55544690
- Ticket Price: 50 NOK
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, History Museums, Educational Site, Tour, Historical Site, Specialty Museums
The Hanseatic Museum provides fantastic insight into the Hanseatic trade that so prominent from the 13th to the 17th century. One of the best preserved buildings from the 16th century, the Hanseatic Museum is housed within an erstwhile house and office of one such affluent Hanseatic trade merchant. There’s not much to see here apart from the house itself; the manager’s office, the claustrophobic apprentices’ quarters and the summer bedroom are amongst the highlight of the museum.
The ideal way to optimize your time here would be to sign up for a guided tour of the house, offered in four languages.
- From October to April, the ticket prices for adults are NOK30.
- Entry for children under 14 years of age is free.
- Bus: 20, 21, 22, 23, or 24
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91.36% of people who visit Bergen include Det Hanseatic Museum And Schotstuene in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
63.31% of people start their Det Hanseatic Museum And Schotstuene visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Det Hanseatic Museum And Schotstuene
50.42% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Det Hanseatic Museum And Schotstuene
Excellent museum detailing the history of the Bryggen. Informative and good displays of what it used to be like. The building itself is one of the oldest in the area and gives you a real sense of what it was like living and working here. Reasonable entrance fee for a worthwhile visit. Staff were friendly and the exhibits were all well done and laid out. Spans 3 floors. Recommended.
Such a unique and interesting museum. Really a nice experience and very educational. There's a second part of the museum a 3 minute walk away that continues which is also very interesting and authentic. Free entry to the fisheries museum as well!
Well preserved and maintained museum with info in 4 languages. Lots of info boards, but don't visit this place without the free guided tour; so much more involvement from the visit if you do. Guides are amazingly equipped linguistically, enthusiastic and very well informed. Top museum action! Allow 2 hours minimum for a visit.
Very nice museum where you can see the life and the houses of the period. It's not very big so the visit is kinda quick, but very interesting
It was excellent. Really interesting and good facilities. Free storage lockers, toilets, picnic tables with drink machine. Staff friendly and helpful.