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Do you want to know how it was to work in the old days?
At the Canning Museum you will get to know what it was like to work at a canning factory at that time. You will watch a nearly 100 year old film which was filmed in a canning factory.
You can also try to be a factory worker and to put sardines in the boxes. It is not as easy as it looks!

You can taste smoked sprats. If you like they will be served with Skipper Worse aquavit.

Being a factory worker at the Canning Museum
Number of participants: 15 to 150
Duration: 1,5 hours
Saison: all year

Contact: Anne Berit Sæl, Stavanger Museum, phone 0047-51 84 27 00 or e-mail: post@stavanger.museum.no


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