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Fram Museum

Fram Museum Photo: Michael Hanisch (CC BY-ND 2.0) Fram Museum Photo: Frammuseet Fram Museum Photo: Frammuseet Fram Museum Photo: Frammuseet
Fram Museum Photo: Michael Hanisch (CC BY-ND 2.0)
Fram Museum Photo: Frammuseet
Fram Museum Photo: Frammuseet
Fram Museum Photo: Frammuseet

Facility overview

Number of meeting rooms
Banquet capacity
200 persons
  • Other meeting facilities

    • maximum classroom seating (N/A)
    • number of rooms (3)
    • max theatre seating capacity (116)

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A special evening aboard the polar ship Fram!

The Fram is the strongest wooden ship ever built, and was the safe haven in the Arctic and Antarctic ice for the most famous polar explorers of all times. Now you can enjoy this unique Norwegian treasure for a special event.

Combine the most thrilling parts of polar history with an Arctic-inspired dinner made by award winning chefs on the deck of the Fram. The spectacular lighting of the ship`s rigging makes an unforgettable setting.

Enjoy a memorable Norwegian evening at the Fram Museum and the polar ship Fram.

At the Fram Museum they are flexible and can host different sizes and types of events:
• can serve up to 500 persons for receptions/mingle parties throughout the entire museum
• sit-down dinner for 200 persons in the new Gjøa-building
• sit-down dinner for 90 persons on deck (150 for standing mingling with buffet)
• exclusive dinner for 8 persons Nansen Lounge or 20 persons in Amundsen Lounge below deck

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