Norwegian Museum Of TechnologyCurrently Closed
- Address: Kjelsasveien 143, 0491 Oslo, Norway
- Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +47-22796000
- Ticket Price: 120 NOK
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Science Museum, Observatory, Educational Site, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Exhibition , Specialty Museum
Norwegian Museum Of Technology - Review
Through 25 permanent exhibits, the museum explores Norway’s technological journey from its agrarian roots to today’s industrialised cities. The exhibits showcase energy, oil, industry, medicine, and transportation for the most part. Occasionally special exhibitions are held in which these or related areas are analysed in depth. The exhibits are usually interactive, making this an excellent place to take your children. The highlights are:
- The Planeterium
- The Music Machines – explores relationship between music and technology.
- Industry – Steam engines, looms and nail machines
- Scientific Instruments – telescopes, air pumps and northern lights
- Forests – pulp and paper
- Medicine – medical instruments, preserved bodies and iron lungs
- The Invisible World – microscopic world.
- Energy sources
- Oil and Gas
- Clocks and time-keeping
Norwegian Museum Of Technology Information
- Free parking.
- Check out the cafe.
Norwegian Museum Of Technology Ticket Prices
- Adults 120 kr
- Children 60 kr
- Student 60 kr
- Senior 90 kr
- Free with Oslo Pass.
How To reach Norwegian Museum Of Technology by Public Transport
- Buses 22, 25, 54, 111, 112, N12, N54 stopKjelsasstasjon
- Tram 11 and 12 stop Kjelsas
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Things to Know Before Visiting Norwegian Museum Of Technology
14.99% of people who visit Oslo include Norwegian Museum Of Technology in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
56.32% of people start their Norwegian Museum Of Technology visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Norwegian Museum Of Technology
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Norwegian Museum Of Technology
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Norwegian Museum Of Technology, Oslo Reviews
It would have been five stars only for the cafe. The museum is great for all ages, but the cafe is an no go area. The food was canteen standards at restaurant prices. The funny thing us when we ordered they said come back in about five. You would think they'd have a technical solution 🤔. Food was little bit cold as well.
The Teknisk Museum is a great place to spend a few hours, at the moment there's some refurbishment on the entrance floor but the basement with a lot of great activities related to physics, natural sciences and energy is a great way to get kids introduced to several aspecs. The museum part is so-so but they have a decent selection of cars and some planes and some parts where the exhibitions vary.
The museum of technology is in my oppinion one of the best museums in Oslo. There are something new whenever we are here, the change their exhibitions almost monthly. Often there are work shop like areas. One year there were a million building blocks another loads of legos. Often there are chemistry shows. The cafe is quite good for a Norwegian museum. All in all a great day out for the entire family.
Big museum. Somewhat hard to find your way through it all in a logical order. Great for kids, lots of interaction. English texts are somewhat scarce here and there.
A great place for people of all ages and interests! Nature science, vehicles, old technology, puzzles and how modern electronics work; they have it all. It's a perfect place to go with children (visit the basement) to spend some time away from home and do something fun. Educational, fun and interesting: would definitley recommend a visit there.