Address: Bygdoynesveien 37
The museum¢s panorama film "The ocean – a way of life" takes the audience on a cruise along the fantastic Norwegian coast. Relax and enjoy views of our fabulous scenery to the sound of enchanting music. Visitors to the museum can watch the film throughout the year. A visual sea voyage along the coast of Norway.
The Norwegian Maritime Museum is in a fantastic location, right on the edge of the Oslo Fjord. The museum was built on a naze overlooking the city, called Bygdøynes, and is right next door to the Kon-Tiki and Fram Museums, so visitors can see all three maritime museums and enjoy exploring the grounds and beach as well.
Get the feel of the old sailing ships and steam vessels from the ship interiors, maritime objects and exquisite ship models on display. The museum also houses all kinds of objects found on the sea bed and a collection of maritime curiosities.
The museum houses exhibition of maritime paintings by well-known Norwegian artists
A presentation of Norway¢s coastline and coastal culture featuring traditional wooden boats, fishing tackle and an interesting display of old artefacts once used in shipbuilding and stockfish production.
15 May – 31 August
Every day: 10.00 – 18.00
1 September – 14 May:
Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun.: 10.30 – 16.00
Thurs.: 10.30 – 18.00
open from Tuesday to Friday. Closed throughout July.
The museum has an audio guide for visitors in Norwegian, English and German.
Facilities for the disabled. Café. Restaurant. Outdoor café. Snack bar.
The museum has a varied programme for the season and features guest exhibitions.
40 NOK adults, 25 NOK students and seniors, free admission for children younger than 16 years.
Special offers for groups, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Info: Norwegian coastal culture, maritime history and panoramic movies featuring the coast of Norway and Oslo Port.
Location: Bygdøynes in Oslo
Bus: no 30. outside Oslo railway station.
Boat: No. 91 from Town Hall bridge 3 (April – Sept.)
Free admission for holders of the “Oslo Pass”
Tel.: (+47) 24114150
Fax: (+47) 24114151