|Sentralbadet (16 Nov 2019 - 31 Dec 2019)|
* 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!
Free admission / Admission / discounts
All children under 12 years and everyone who has submitted gingerbread structures to Pepperkakebyen have free access. All adults who follow the kindergarten groups, schools (all levels) and day-centers have free access.
Admission for youth 12-18 years, pupils at primary and secondary, students with student ID NOK 80.
Admission for all others over 12 years is NOK 100.
An adult including all accompanying children under 12 years old is NOK 100.
To support Pepperkakebyen you can buy gingerbread cookies when visiting Pepperkakebyen, or order at their homepage (for residents outside Norway, please check with the organizer.)
Opening hours in the Gingerbread Town:
Weekdays 09:00 - 21:00 (including during Christmas)
Saturdays 09:00 - 20:00 (including during Christmas)
Sundays 10:00 - 19:00
Christmas Eve 24 December: 09:00 - 13:00
Christmas Day 25 December: closed
Boxing Day 26 December: 13:00 - 18:00
New Year's Eve 31 December: 11:00 - 15:00
Your email confirmation is your ticket. You can show the confirmation on your mobile device or bring a printed copy.
Please note that pre-purchased tickets do not entitle you to go past the queue. Saturdays are very popular and there is a good chance you will have to wait in line before entering the Gingerbread Town. If you have the possibility, we encourage you to visit on weekdays. On weekdays you will have plenty of time to enjoy the magical Gingerbread Town to its full extent!
Children under 12 is free, but please include any children to the booking so we know how many people are coming. If you have any extra children with you than what you have booked for, it is no problem. You do not need to change the order.
The ticket is none refundable, but we can help you to change the date on your ticket if necessary. (Please email: booking@visitBergen.com)
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