|Season (4 Jan 2021 - 17 Jan 2021)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 15:00|
Join us for a fascinating museum tour to learn about Norway’s relationship with the sea over thousands of years, richly illustrated by beautiful models, full - size boats, archaeological finds and interesting artefacts.
Visit one of Norway’s greatest maritime museums
The Bergen Maritime Museum gives insight into Norwegian seafaring history and the evolution of seafaring from the earliest times until the present day. The exhibitions showcase items related to seafaring and life at sea, ship models of utmost quality, paintings and marine-archaeological findings. The museum's collections have local roots, but since Bergen has always been one of the country’s greatest maritime cities, they also provide a picture of our national maritime history.
Since 1962, the Bergen Maritime Museum has been located ina beautiful building with a distinctive character, drawn by the famous Bergen architect Per Grieg. This is an architectural gem in stone and glass, nicely situated in a peaceful neighbourhood at the University Campus in Bergen. Nearby, you will find several exciting museums, parks and cafes.
We recommend our guests to watch the spectacular movie ’The Burned Ship‘ whichdeals with the discovery of a Viking Age funeral in western Norway. The film is produced by the local company Arkikon (duration 22 min, subtitles in English).
Museum shop and refreshments.
Activities for children
If you want to draw some sketches while visiting, the necessary equipment can be borrowed at the museum. Or maybe you want to go hunting for ‘ship-rats’?
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children under 16 years||Free|
|Groups min. 10 pers.||NOK70.00 admission|
Students free on Thursdays.
Follow Nygårdsgaten (street) in a southerly direction (from the city-center), turn right up Herman Foss gate, then right into Langesgate. At the Museum Square (in front of the Natural History Museum/at the Christie Statue), take the side road to the right, towards the University Library. Proceed to the end of the road. The museum is the building with the natural stone facade.
From the city center(approx. 15 min). Walk up the stairs to the St John's Church. The museum is located approx. 150 m behind the church. Go to the left of the church, approx. 50 m along the main road. Then turn right onto the gravel walkway. Walk100 meters, the museum is the building with the natural stone facade.
Local buss: no 4, 5, 6, 12, 50E etc. Nearest bus stop: Møhlenpris. From here you can see the museum, recognized by its natural stone facade. Follow the steep walkway, through the "arch", then turn left.
The city lane/Bybanen:
Olav Kyrresgate goes right in front of the city lane's end stop Byparken. Turn left and follow the street until the end (approx. 15 min). Alternatively, most buses stop at Olav Kyrresgateto Møhlenpris
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