|Xhibition (13 Nov 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
* Closed 25 December
The world's biggest gingerbread city. Miniature houses, trains, cars and ships made from real gingerbread.
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 in the Gingerbread Town 2021:
Monday - Friday: 09.00-21.00
24th December: 09.00-13.00
25th December: Closed
31st December: 11.00-15.00
Free admission all week including Saturday and Sunday for:
- All children under 2 years (remember to book a free ticket so that we can obtain the necessary contact information)
Free admission Monday-Friday for:
- All children under 12 years old (remember to book a free ticket so that we can obtain the necessary contact information)
- Everyone who has contributed with a a gingerbread building
- All adults who are accompanying kindergarten groups, school classes (regardless of level) and day centers.
Children 2-12 years Saturday, Sunday, 24 December, 26 December and New Year's Eve NOK 50
All children 2-12 years have free admission every weekday. Saturday, Sunday, 24 December, 26 December and New Year's Eve, the ticket price for children 2-12 years is NOK 50
Youths/ student NOK 100
Entrance ticket for young people 12-18 years, school students in primary and secondary school, students with student certificates and others who can document that their income has been reduced is NOK 100
Adult NOK 150
Adult ticket is valid for people over 18 years.
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