Guided walks from Bryggen Museum among the old wooden buildings at Bryggen to the Hanseatic Museum.
Bergen's history begins at Bryggen! Join Bryggen Guiding on a tour and learn about the city's earliest history.
The walking tour begins at Bryggens Museum, where you can see the ruins of the city's oldest secular buildings dating from the early 12th century. You will also hear stories about day-to-day life in medieval Bergen. We make a quick stop outside St. Mary's Church and nearby Middle Age ruins.
The tour continues to Schøtstuene, where you will learn about the Hanseatic merchants who gradually took over Bryggen. The tour continues through the World Heritage site Bryggen. The wooden houses were built after a great city fire in 1702.
We conclude our tour at the Hanseatic Museum with its authentic buildings and storerooms from the 1700s.
Meeting point and tickets at Bryggens Museum.
11:00 and 12:00 English
Advance bookings for groups:
Telephone: (+47) 55 30 80 30
|Season (1 June 2018 - 2 Sept 2018)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 11:30|
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children under 16 years||Free|
|Adults||NOK 170.- admission|
Prices may be subject to change.
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