Bergen School Museum - Bergen City Museum (closed for maintenance)

Lille Øvregate 38
5018 Bergen
xxx km from Airport
xxx km to City Centre

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Bergen School Museum - Bergen City Museum
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* Closed due to maintenance work.

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    • Trumpster175
      Stoke On Trent
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      Family
      A quiet day at the museum - School/Holdberg Museum
      3 of 5 stars
      Monday, 3rd August 2015
      As we had purchased a 24hr Bergen card, entry was free. This did not appear to be a very popular museum as we were the only visitors there! Information sheets were available in English which needed... Read full review
    • InsptrClouseau
      Hershey, Pennsylvania
      Trip Type:
      Couples
      I think the last reviewers were the last to see it!
      1 of 5 stars
      Friday, 12th August 2016
      12 Aug. 2016 Walked through a downpour to see the museum. Whether permanently or not the gates were all chained up. No signs to tell you what happened. Read full review

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