Explore local traditions and history at more than 60 different attractions in Bergen.
Bryggen is one of the biggest attractions in Bergen. Bryggen is included on Unesco’s list of World Heritage and is an important part of the city. To stroll through Bryggen’s narrow alleyways and overhanging galleries is to step back into the mists of time and a bygone era. Bryggen is very much a living part of the cultural heritage that is still in active use in this historical area of the city. Today, there are several attractions in the Bryggen area, from the Fish Market to Bergenhus Fortress as well as many cafés, restaurants and shops to choose from. Many of the shops sell traditional and unique crafts.
Edvard Grieg Museum Troldhaugen, just outside the center, was the famous composer Edvard Grieg's home for 22 years and is also one of the popular attractions in Bergen. The decor in the living rooms is Grieg’s own from 1907. In the summer you can enjoy a visit to the museum and include a lunchtime concert.
Bergen has an impressive collection of unique Norwegian and international art treasures ranging from the classical to the contemporary. The collections are housed in a row of galleries lining the picturesque Lille Lungegårdsvann lake in the heart of the city with major collections of Munch, Tidemand and Gude, Picasso as well as contemporary art, craft and design, a unique Chinese collection and, not least, the silver collection at KODE.
Until the 1830s, Bergen was the biggest town in Norway and the largest in Scandinavia for a period during the Middle Ages. The reason for this was that Bergen was a major European trading and seafaring port and one of the Hanseatic merchants’ four most important trading centres.
The buildings of the Norwegian Fisheries Museum, some of them older than Bryggen, and a harbor with traditional boats creates a beautiful setting for the stories about fishing traditions in Norway.
The attractions in Bergen are many and with a Bergen Card you get free or discounted admission to a number of attractions.
Bryggen is a World Heritage Site and is one of Bergen's and Norway's main attractions.
Explore local traditions and history in Bergen and the region.
Exciting, educational and fun attractions for the whole family!
Art from Munch, Picasso, Tidemand and Gude, as well as craft and design.
Try Norway's longest water slide at Vannkanten Waterworld!
Enjoy a swim at one of the beaches close to Bergen city center.