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Waisenhuset

A large, beautiful timber building from 1772, to the west of Nidaros Cathedral. One of Trondheim's first social institutions where orphans lived and g...

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Jewish Museum Trondheim

In our museum you can explore Jewish history, culture, identity and religious practice in Trondheim. The permanent historical exhibition “..and you sha...

Trondheim

Ringve Music Museum

Ringve Music Museum is Norway’s national museum of music and musical instruments, with instruments from all continents The museum has two permanent e...

Trondheim

Norsk Døvemuseum

Museum that shows the history of the deaf people in Norway....

Trondheim

Galleri Oluf, Art Gallery, Applied Art

Gallery Oluf features regulare exhibitions of glasswork, ceramics, porcelain etc....

Trondheim

Ilsvikora

Ilsvikøra is a listed and restored residential area with wooden buildings. A quiet place between the busy harbor and tall modern concrete buildings....

Trondheim

Ravnkloa Fish Market

Ravnkloa at the lower end of Munkegata. The city's fish market and the old Ravnkloa clock. Boat departure to Munkholmen (Munk's island) in the summer...

Trondheim

The wharfs

The oldest of the wharves along the River Nidelva date back to the 18th century; nevertheless, they still give the impression of the waterfront as it...

Trondheim

The Emigrant Monument - Leiv Eiriksson statue

Pirsenteret, Brattøra. Bus to Pier terminal. Gift from Americans of Scandinavian heritage for Trondheim?s Millennium in 1997. In honour of emigrants...

Trondheim

Veitene

Wander the narrow streets and alleys ("veitene") that were typical of the old Trondheim. Trondheim is one of the most distinctive towns built of wood...
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