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Sunnmoere Museum

Sunnmoere Museum is a great outdoor museum that gives a glimpse back in time with an exhibition of early boat building, including Viking boats. There are also houses showing home/farm life from the 1600s to the 1900s.


Oslo Museums

Oslo has a lot of museums. You will find the historical museum and the National Gallery right in the city centre. There are several maritime museums and the Folkemuseum located on Bygdoy Island, easily accessible by public transport. And if you want to swim in the fjord, you can do it here on the beach.

The site is included in following tours:

Folkemuseum and Viking Ship Museum

Fram and Kon-tiki



Norwegian Petroleum Museum

Norwegian Petroleum Museum is suited to everyone, regardless of age or profession. You will be surprised how fun can it be to play with all the hands-on interactive exhibits. You get an insight into how Norway became the wealthiest nation in the world.


Stockholm Museums

There are many different museums in Stockholm, covering an eclectic mix of topics and attractions and showcasing the city’s heritage in all its glory. You can start with Djurgården: it is easy to access this museum and it has a high density of attractions.


The Polar Museum

The Polar Museum is open all year round and, apart from the usual exhibition, you can see the examples of polar fauna there. Unfortunately, feeding the seals on your own is forbidden, but you can watch the museum staff feeding them twice a day.


Sverresborg Trondelag Folk Museum

The Sverresborg Trondelag Folk Museum displays houses from all over the Trøndelag region from as far back as the 1600s, moved from their original locations. You can even see a very simple Stave Church here. The collection shows the history of Trøndelag in a fascinating way. The staff are dressed in traditional clothes and give life to the charming place and more information for those seeking it.

Rockheim Museum

If you are a fan of popular music, you’ll probably find the Rockheim museum of a great fun. Everything is interactive and sometimes more like a big puzzle than a museum: you have to figure out how to “trigger” the exhibits. But it does not matter if you get stuck – there is a helpful guide to show you how to play instruments or remix songs.