|Kode Permanenten (23 Nov 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
* Opening dates for 2024 is not confirmed yet.
NB: closed 25 December
The world's biggest gingerbread city, located at Kode Permanenten. Miniature houses, trains, cars and ships made from real gingerbread.
Schools and kindergartens contribute every year in making a miniature version of Bergen - all in gingerbread-cookies! This is one of the most breath-taking traditions we have got in Bergen. This is the World's biggest Gingerbread town!
OPENING HOURS 2023 was as follows: (dates and times for 2024 is not confirmed yet).
Monday - Friday: 09.00-21.00
24 December: 09.00-13.00
25 December: Closed
26 December: 13.00-18.00
31 December: 11.00-15.00
Adults, every day: NOK 150,-
Youth aged 12-18 and students with a valid student ID, every day: NOK 100,-
Children aged 2-12 on Saturdays, Sundays, and on 24.12., 26.12., and 31.12.: NOK 50,-
Free admission every day, including Saturdays and Sundays for:
- Children under 2 years old.
- Anyone who has contributed with a gingerbread building. Larger groups of more than 6 people with complimentary tickets are encouraged to visit on weekdays.
Free admission Monday to Friday for:
- Children at or under elementary school age. Eighth graders, accompanied by their class, enter for free on weekdays even if they are 13 years old. Only employees, not parents, accompanying daycare groups and school classes enter for free on weekdays.
- Visitors from day centers and other care institutions, including companions.
- The Gingerbread Town accepts the "Aktivitetskort" for up to 2 people.
Group discounts are offered for groups with more than 10 people. The discount is NOK 50 per person, meaning the price for an adult is reduced to NOK 100 per person, and the price for youth/student is reduced to NOK 50 per person.
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