The Norwegian Maritime Museum is temporarily closed as a measure against the spread of coronavirus.
The Norwegian Maritime Museum is situated in beautiful surroundings on the waterfront on the Bygdøy peninsula. The museum presents Norwegian maritime history, shipbuilding and underwater technology.
The Ship: Ship technology through the ages. The Stokkebåten – Norway's oldest boat, dating back to the year 200 B.C. is part of the exhibition.
Gramsalen: more than 40 maritime paintings by famous painters such as Hans Gude, Christian Krohg and Axel Revold
To the Sea!: People and their stories of travels on the sea from the past 1000 years.
Activities for families
Voyages with the Chief and Sally Jones: Gorilla Sally Jones' adventure-filled life is a story of promises, hopes and cruel betrayal.
The Ocean as a Way of Life: Panorama film that takes you along the Norwegian coastline, screened every 30 minutes
Children's Boat Workshop: open on Sundays from noon until 3 pm
Library, museum shop with maritime souvenirs and clothes, and café that offers a stunning view of the fjord.
Combination ticket for the Norwegian Maritime Museum, Kon-Tiki and the Fram Museum
At each of these museums, you can buy discounted tickets that include entry to two or three museums.
Norwegian name: Norsk Maritimt Museum
|Groups min. 10 pers.||80.00 Per person|
|Family ticket||240.00 Admission|
|Children 6-15 years||50.00 Admission|
|Children under 6 years||0.00 Free entrance|
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