The Museum of Science & Technology is temporarily closed as a measure against the spread of coronavirus.
The Museum of Science & Technology shows Norway’s national collection of technology, industry, science and medicine.
The museum in the Kjelsås district offers exciting experiences and playful learning for the whole family, with over 100 interactive installations and more than 25 exhibitions on themes like technology, science, airplanes, cars and trains. You can for example test your reaction speed and learn how blood circulates through the body.
The museum has educational guided tours and a science show where you can experience energy and other physical phenomena, mathematics and space in a fun and engaging way.
Oslo Science Centre is part of the museum. Here, you can experiment with the mysteries of physics and explore astounding natural phenomena. The Maker Space, where you can participate in activities like 3D-printing, programming, is open on weekends and holidays.
You can find the program of activities at the musem on its website.
The National Museum of Medicine shows medical history from the 1850 until today.
The imaginative shop at the museum has unique toys, indoor and outdoor activities, games, models, posters, books, strange objects and other items for sale.
|Family ticket 2+2||490.00 Admission|
|Children under 4 years||0.00 Free entrance|
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