Norwegian Maritime MuseumCurrently Closed
Norwegian maritime history is very thoroughly explored in this fascinating museum. The collection was kicked off in the 1914 Jubilee Exhibition in Kristiania (Oslo). A hundred years later, the museum exhibits artefacts, arts, instruments, tools, and documents primarily as a measure to preserve and study and educate. You’ll also find Norway’s oldest boat, the Stokkebaten. A film on Norway’s coastline is screened every 30 minutes.
- Cafe closed 30 minutes before closing time.
- Handicap friendly.
- Parking available.
- Check out the cafe and the museum shop.
- NOK 40 for seniors and students
- NOK 30 for 6-16 years old, Free below 6
- Combination tickets can be brought for this and the Fram Museum.
- Free with Oslo Pass.
- Bus 30 stop Bygdoynes
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11.47% of people who visit Oslo include Norwegian Maritime Museum in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
36.84% of people start their Norwegian Maritime Museum visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Norwegian Maritime Museum
94% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Norwegian Maritime Museum
Quietest and arguably the most Informative in the widest array of ship knowledge out of all the 3 museums located in this area. Lots of models from many points in history. The 18 min film in the basement was a great plus to the experience. The exhibits are well designed, organized and has interactive elements too.
Really interesting museum tracking Norwegian maritime history. And the bravery of Norwegian sailors over the millennia. Not the least of which in their defiance of the Nazis. Norwegians have much to be proud of.
Come to the Museum with your kids and will find many interesting things for all.
We learned a great deal about maritime history and Norsk vikings. The museum is well-designed and the layout and exhibits are well organized and educational. The staff was exceptionally professional and the place was clean and orderly. The signage was well explained and the displays were extremely detail-oriented.
I really liked this museum. They have some terrific artefacts and the staff were lovely. If you are going to the Viking ship museum take this in too.