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Sykkylven Museum of Natural History

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Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum
Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum
Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sunde Fjord Hotel
Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum
Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum
Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum
Sykkylven Museum of Natural History Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum

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The museum is currently closed due to relocation!

In picturesque Sykkylven you will find the region's only museum of natural history. Get to know the extensive and unique collection of 270 birds and wildlife species from Norway and Spitzbergen. The realistic displays with bird mountains, mountain landscapes and art paintings show beautiful creatures such as musk, polar bears, lynx and eagles in their natural habitat. Come and explore Norwegian nature and fauna in Sykkylven! See the website www.sunnmore.museum.no for more information!

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  • Museums & Galleries Museums & Galleries

Hours

7/1/2013 - 8/4/2013
Tue, Wed, Thu and Sun
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Facilities

  • Museums, Galleries and crafts

    • exhibition programme
    • gallery (Elvetun)
  • General facilities

    • other times open by arrangement
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Sykkylven Museum of Natural History - Photo: Sykkylven Naturhistoriske Museum

Sykkylven Museum of Natural History

The museum is currently closed due to relocation! In picturesque Sykkylven you will find the region's only museum of natural history. Get to know the...

Sykkylven Museum of Natural History

Source: Visitnorway

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