|Season (18 Oct 2021 - 23 Dec 2021)|
|Tuesday - Friday||09:00||- 15:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||10:15||- 17:00|
|Season (26 Dec 2021 - 30 Dec 2021)|
|Sunday - Thursday||10:15||- 17:00|
|Season (2 Jan 2022)|
* When it is open between 10:15-17:00 you can choose between:
- morning ticket at 10.15-13.15 and
- afternoon ticket at 14.00-17.00
We advice to buy a ticket in advance.
Welcome to a science centre where the whole family can discover more than 100 different exhibits.
VilVite is an exciting science centre where we invite both young and old into the compelling world of natural science, phenomena and technology. The whole family can have plenty of fun in combination with learning experiences whilst spending a day at VilVite.
There is much to do and explore in the large exhibition, and everything can be touched, played and experimented with. You will find water experiments, robots, globes, virtual expeditions over and under water – and much, much more. Explore VilVite’s extensive exhibition and get carried away by the excitement and fun of science!
You will find many new experiences at VilVite.
Every weekend and in holidays you can witness fascinating physics and chemistry experiments in our science shows.
Play for the day – learn for a lifetime!
Learn more at www.vilvite.no/english/
You can book a ticket by clicking "Book ticket" on the top of this page.
If you use the Bergen card, you get free access to VilVite all year except during the summer holidays. You are guaranteed a place if you reserve a ticket in advance. VilVite also accepts drop-in if there is tickets left.
If you are prevented from coming, or want to change the day or time of your booking, please contact VilVite at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than the day before your original arrival.
A valid Bergen card must be presented at the entrance to VilVite. One Bergen Card per ticket.
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