Greenland National Museum And Archives, Nuuk

Greenland National Museum And Archives, Nuuk - Address, Phone Number

Address: Greenland National Museum and Archives Hans Egedesvej 8, P.O.Box 145 3900 Nuuk, Greenland

Phone: +299-322611

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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About Greenland National Museum And Archives, Nuuk

One of the first museums of Greenland, the Greenland National Museum is housed in a 1936 warehouse. Working towards preserving the heritage and culture of Greenland, the museum has an impressive display of exhibits.

Amulets, costumes, mummies and kayaks are just some of the treats in store for you! Covering every topic from archaeology to arts and handicrafts, some of the artifacts from the Danish National Museum have been transferred here as well.

Greenland National Museum And Archives Information

  • During the winter, the museum would be shut on Mondays; the days on which it was open, the timings would be from 1pm to 4 pm.

Greenland National Museum And Archives Ticket Prices

  • Entry is Free

Restaurants Near Greenland National Museum And Archives

  • GodthaabBryghus.
  • Hereford Beefstouw.
  • Sarfalik.

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Greenland National Museum And Archives, Nuuk Reviews - Write a Review

  • Great, albeit small, museum. Great for insight about local history and culture.

  • Great place to visit and take to off from the weather and rain. Great expo on the old time in Greenland.

  • Very interesting museum that covers a lot of the Greenlandic history. I would have loved to see a bit more about the huguenot settlement that was prior to the Danish and how that shaped inuit life and traditions. Also the way history is told could use an upgrade from the big white boards to a more interactive and including way, like it's been done elsewhere.

  • A beautiful insight to the local history and a great exibition of inuit culture. Highly recommended

  • Really fantastic place to see and well worth the £4 entry fee.

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