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Norwegian Scout Museum

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The museum shows the history of Norwegian scouts, from 1911 until today, through 30 000 objects; uniforms, equipment, photos and drawings.

The Norwegian Scout Museum reopened on 22 February 2009. The museum is only open to the public on Tuesdays, but it can also open on other days for pre-booked tours.

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Hours

Tue
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Transportation


Tram No.12 > Christiania torv

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Norwegian Scout Museum

The museum shows the history of Norwegian scouts, from 1911 until today, through 30 000 objects; uniforms, equipment, photos and drawings. The Norweg...

Norwegian Scout Museum

Source: Visitnorway

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