Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum

Kong Oscarsgate 59
5017 Bergen
xxx km from Airport
xxx km to City Centre

481 62 678

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Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum
  • Leprosy Museum - Bergen City Museum

Opening Times

Season (16 Aug 2021 - 12 Sept 2021)
DayTimes
Monday - FridayClosed
Saturday12:00 - 14:00
SundayClosed
Bank HolidayClosed

* General Opening Text

Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Under 18 yearsFree
AdultsNOK120.00 admission
StudentNOK60.00 admission

Prices may be subject to change.

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    Recent Reviews:

    • irawine
      Benicia, California
      Well Worth It
      5 of 5 stars
      Wednesday, 25th September 2019
      My wife and I recently visited the leprosy museum in Bergen and found it to be quite interesting. It is off the "main" tourist area, but, worth the short hike. In addition to background on the... Read full review
    • easterntreker
      Halifax, Canada
      Trip Type:
      Couples
      Closed in October
      3 of 5 stars
      Saturday, 2nd November 2019
      We walked the sterp hill to see the Leprosy Museum ..big interest for me . Unfortunately it was closed. Founded in the 15th century .it was a hospital for people suffering from Leprosy until the... Read full review
    • Jane P
      Region of Waterloo, Canada
      Interesting; informative; worthwhile
      4 of 5 stars
      Sunday, 3rd November 2019
      This museum is tucked away from the main tourist areas. It is housed in one of the oldest hospitals in Bergen where Dr. Hansen discovered the cause of leprosy. It was fascinating to learn that... Read full review

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    Facilities

    General facilities

    • built - 1710

    Language

    • English
    • French
    • German
    • Norwegian
    • Spanish

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