|Season (1 Jan 2024 - 15 May 2024)
|Monday - Friday
|Saturday - Sunday
* See description for language times.
What do you really know about the Hanseatic period? Our tours give you a unique insight into the merchant’s everyday life and work at Bryggen.
Learn about the story of Bryggen and hanseatic merchants who made Bergen a European trading hub!
The guided tour is included in the museum ticket.
The Hanseatic Bryggen
Visiting The Hanseatic Museum, Schøtstuene gives you an idea of the life and work of Hanseatic merchants on Bryggen from 1360 to 1761!
We offer guided tours, treasure hunts and activities for all ages. In our garden you may enjoy a packed lunch in a historically significant environment. Schøtstuene lets you explore the life of the Hanseatic merchants, and the assembly rooms they inhabited as a part of the Hanseatic history.
Guided tours start at Schøtstuene and continue through the narrow passageways of the World Heritage Site Bryggen. Tours end outside Bredsgården, where our museum gift shop is located. Here you will find items, books and historical images connected to Bergen and the Hanseatic history.
Explore Bryggen and discover its secrets with us!
We offer guided tours as follows:
16 September 2023 - 14 May 2024 - on Saturdays and Sundays
14:00 Norwegian- for families with children
Duration: Approx. 40 minutes
Meeting point: Schøtstuene, Øvregaten 50
|Children under 18 years old
Prices may be subject to change.
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