You will get an introduction to the city's history, a visit to Nidaros Cathedral and the Archbishop's Palace and will even see the Crown Jewels.
The sainted King Olav Haraldsson was buried in Trondheim in 1030. For four centuries this city was a popular pilgrimage site.
The Norwegian Petroleum Museum was opened on 20 May 1999 and its unusual architecture has made it a new, exciting landmark in the Port of Stavanger.
Norway’s national museum of music and musical instruments is in Trondheim. The buildings are the childhood home of a famous Norwegian naval hero.
Experience Arctic nature and hear tales of brave explorers at the museums. Visit the Arctic Cathedral inspired by icebergs, fish racks and Sami tents.