The Old Voss Steam Railway Museum

Garnes Stasjon
Tunesveien 8
5264 Garnes
xxx km from Airport
xxx km to City Centre

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Opening Times

Season (16 June 2019 - 8 Sept 2019)
Monday - SaturdayClosed


Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
AdultsNOK130.00 single
AdultsNOK200.00 return
Children under 16 yearsNOK70.00 single
Children under 16 yearsNOK100.00 return
Children under 3 yearsFree
Mini group (2 adults + 3 children)NOK500.00 return

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    Recent Reviews:

    • mrdesign
      Most interesting and educational
      5 of 5 stars
      Tuesday, 4th October 2016
      A range of trains and train lore. Great historical perspective. Having just ridden on the train from Voss the previous day made it impactful. Read full review
    • Lenn831
      Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
      Trip Type:
      Very little to see
      3 of 5 stars
      Saturday, 8th October 2016
      It's a bit of an overstatement to call this a museum. Just a small shop and an old train. But it's nice to read up a little bit of history and the incredible achievement the locals made without... Read full review
    • Julien K
      Trip Type:
      Solo travel
      Nice Sunday Trip
      3 of 5 stars
      Sunday, 2nd September 2018
      Took the Sunday Trip including the oldtimer bus, steam railway and steam boat. The best part of the trip was the steam boat. The bus and railway were not that special. Read full review

    Map & Directions

    Road Directions

    How to reach the different stations?

    Our end of the line stations are Garnes and Midttun.

    We recommend for easiest access to use Arna old station as your starting point for your trip. The station is not manned, but all trains stop here. The address for the station is Ådnavegen 26. It is within walking distance of the new train station in Arna. Use NSB local service from Bergen to the new station and expect a walking time of 10 to 15 minutes to Arna old station. Be aware that there is no signs giving directions, but this map will show the correct walking route:

    If you wish to use Garnes station as your starting point, the address is Tunesveien 8. You can use Skyss bus service 92, 95, 200 and 201, which corresponds, with local train service from Arna new station. Use bus stop Garnes VGS Garnesstølen.

    Midttun station is located at Ulsmågveien 1. Use Bybanen to Nesttun. From here use bus number 70, 80 or 90 to bus stop “Midtun”.

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