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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

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Special events or a dinner on the Fram.
Take the opportunity now and order a dinner on the polar ship Fram. We have established a co-operation with one of the leading restaurants in Oslo and have all rights. The Fram Museum makes a perfect setting for special events, and have a capacity for up to 400 people. This is the place for people that want to experience a unique part of polar history, in addition to good food and drinks. We can offer everything between a tasty tapas menu on deck to an exclusive Arctic-inspired eight course dinner served in the salon of the Fram. What about offering your customers a cocktail and some original Norwegian snack on the Fram, before you move on for dinner?

• can serve up to 400 people
• sit-down dinner for 250 on the first floor
• sit-down dinner for 115 on the main deck (150 buffet)
• exclusive dinner for 8 in Nansen’s salon, for 20 in Amundsen’s salon

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  • Conference facilities

    • number of meeting rooms
    • max theatre seating capacity
    • maximum classroom seating
    • maximum banquet seating
    • maximum number of conference participants
    • number of rooms
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Fram Museum

Special events or a dinner on the Fram. Take the opportunity now and order a dinner on the polar ship Fram. We have established a co-operation with...

Fram Museum

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