|Season (1 Oct 2023 - 16 Dec 2023)|
|Tuesday - Sunday||11:00||- 15:00|
|Season (16 Jan 2024 - 30 Apr 2024)|
|Tuesday - Sunday||11:00||- 15:00|
* Closed 17 May.
Open Monday 26 February 2024 and Monday 25 March and Monday 1 April 2024
At Storeblå Aquaculture Visitor Centre you can explore an exiting exhibition that provides knowledge about one of our largest industries - aquaculture
Welcome to a different all-digital experience where the focus is on knowledge and thrills! At Storeblå Aquaculture Visitor Centre, you can explore an exiting exhibition where you will learn about one of our biggest industries – aquaculture. A visit to Storeblå provides a unique insight into the world of salmon. You also get an opportunity to see salmon up close in a RIB trip out to a fish farm.
The exhibition – delve into Norwegian aquaculture
Storeblå takes you on a journey through contemporary Norwegian salmon production. Immerse yourself in an audio-visual universe that demonstrates the importance of this industry to society and the challenges it has to address going forward. Is aquaculture sustainable? Why is aquaculture important? What form will aquaculture take in the future?
Join a RIB boat trip (NOT included in the Bergen Card)
Are you ready for a spectacular, high-speed and educational trip out to sea? You now have an opportunity to see how aquaculture works in practice. Grab the chance and extend the experience by combining the exhibition at Storeblå with a bracing RIB boat trip to a fish farm outside Bergen. Excellent guides from the Norwegian Fisheries Museum will show you around and answer your questions. Learn more – experience more – and see nature and aquaculture up close!
If you want to do the RIB boat trip you need to book in advance: Museumsbillett
The trip is not available Saturdays and Sundays.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Under 18 years||Free|
The ticket is valid for Norwegian Fisheries Museum & Storeblå Aquaculture Visitor Centre for 48 hours.
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