|Season (13 July 2020 - 30 Aug 2020)|
|Monday - Sunday||11:00||- 11:40|
|Season (5 Sept 2020 - 27 Sept 2020)|
|Saturday - Sunday||12:00||- 12:45|
* Tour at 13.00 in English.
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.
Together with one of our knowledgeable guides you get to know more about the Hanseatic league, who they were, their net all over Europe, their daily life and also about the assembly rooms and its founder, Koren Wiberg. Together we walk through the assembly rooms and cook houses and you have a unique opportunity to learn more about the life here 500 years ago!
Guided tours of Schøtstuene
You can learn more about Bergen as a trading city by taking the museum’s guided tour. Why did the Hanseatic merchants set up an office here? What was everyday life like at Bryggen? What was their significance for Bergen as a European trading hub? A historical walk in the footsteps of the Hanseatic merchants together with our guides will make your visit to the museum even more memorable.
14:00: Norwegian (family tour)
Length: Approx. 40 minutes
The guided tour starts at Schøtstuene and continues through the narrow alleyways of the World Heritage Site Bryggen. The tour concludes at Midthuset, where you can explore the museum shop in the heart of Bryggen, There is a special guided tour for families at 14.00. The ticket includes a treasure hunt for children and they can take part in activities in the garden at Schøtstuene.
Length: Approx. 45 minutes
Your email conﬁrmation is your ticket and must be shown at the entrance. You can bring a printed copy or show the e-mail conﬁrmation on your mobile device.
No refund in case of cancellation, but we can change the date on your ticket if necessary. Your email confirmation is your ticket. Bring a printed copy or show it on your mobile device.
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