|Season (7 Sept 2020 - 2 Oct 2020)|
|Monday - Wednesday||11:00||- 14:00|
|Thursday - Friday||16:00||- 19:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||12:00||- 15:00|
|Season (3 Oct 2020 - 11 Oct 2020)|
|Monday - Friday||11:00||- 14:00|
|Saturday - Sunday||12:00||- 15:00|
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Håkon’s Hall was built between 1247 and 1261 by Håkon Håkonsson. It was the largest and most imposing building of the royal residency in the 13th-century when Bergen was the political centre of Norway.
Håkon’s Hall is 750 years old and was built by King Håkon Håkonsson as a royal residence and banqueting hall. When his son Magnus Håkonsson Lagabøte married the Danish princess Ingeborg in 1261, 2000 guests were invited. At that time Bergen was Norway’s largest and most important town, and Håkon’s Hall was the site of major national events, such as the drawing up of Norway’s first complete set of laws.
As a national cultural monument, Håkon’s Hall is still used both for royal dinners and other official occasions. The history of Bergenhus Fortress is long and eventful. In late summer we invite you to Festningsdagene, where you can play and learn much about Bergenhus Fortress since medieval times.
Brief introduction every hour. During the weekends 22 - 23 August and 5 - 6 September you can meet Queen Isabella.
Advance bookings for groups only outside ordinary opening hours:
Emails are only answered during office hours Monday – Friday. Groups over 10 pax 25 % discount on ordinary tickets. Additional costs for guide.
It is free to enter the Bergenhus Festning historic area. Recommended for walking and recreation.
Due to Covid-19 we take precautions and measurements according to the laws and regulations applying. We are up-to-date on current infection control measures.
To give the audience a safe and good experience, we have limited the number of visitors in the museum, a minimum of 1 meter distance.
Disinfectant is offered. You will find more information on arrival at the museum.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Children under 16 years||Free|
Prices may be subject to change.
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