In 1969, oil was discovered in the North Sea. The rest is history – find out the impact this discovery had on Norway at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum in Stavanger, which opened in May 1999.
The museum is a fun place to learn about the oil industry in Norway as well as about oil and energy resources in general. During a visit to the museum, you will find the answer to the following questions and more:
The museum building, designed by architects Lunde & Løvseth, is an attraction in itself and an exciting landmark in the port of Stavanger.
An incentive tour at the museum includes guided tours of the exhibitions followed by delicious food at the Bølgen & Moi Café. The museum also offers conference facilities for up to 80 participants, so it is perfectly possible to combine meeting and incentive on the same premises – very convenient if you are only visiting for a day or two.
Read more about Norwegian Petroleum Museum.
Most of the incentive programmes the Stavanger Convention Bureau puts together for their clients are tailor-made, so do not hesitate to get in touch with them so they can help you plan your event.
Stavanger Convention Bureau Tel/fax: +47 51 62 82 14Website: regionstavanger.com/conventions Email: email@example.com
You can also contact staff at the Stavanger Convention Bureau directly.
Norway Convention Bureau Karenslyst Allé 4 NO-0278 Oslo Phone: +47 21 06 32 12
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