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Kon-Tiki Museum Entrance Ticket

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  • Skip ticket lines to the Kon-Tiki Museum
  • Ticket valid anytime during opening hours to suit your schedule
  • Guaranteed access to this popular Norway attraction
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Kon-Tiki Museum Entrance Ticket
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Kon-Tiki Museum Entrance Ticket
From US$14.40
Overview
Plan your time in Oslo ahead with a prepaid ticket to the Kon-Tiki Museum, which is dedicated to Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl and his balsa wood raft, the Kon-Tiki. Skip the ticket line and get access to all exhibits, as well as a noon showing of an acclaimed documentary about the explorer’s adventures. Tickets are valid anytime during the museum's opening hours, allowing you to choose your schedule and pace.
What to Expect
There is lots to do in Oslo, and making sure you cover it all in one trip is no small task. By buying your ticket to the popular Koi-Tiki museum ahead of time, you'll save time and hassle with quick, convenient entry.

Take as long as you'd like perusing the exhibits dedicated to Norway's most famous explorer, Thor Heyerdahl, who crossed the Pacific Ocean on the balsa wood raft known as the Koi-Tiki. See the original vessel in the museum, as well as the reed boat Ra and other exhibitions dedicated to the explorer's exploits. Skim through Thor Heyerdahl's library, see an underwater exhibit with a life-size model of a whale shark, and head underground for a cave tour. The ticket also includes access to the noon showing of the Oscar-winning documentary, Kon-Tiki.
Reviews (907)
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Reviewed 10 December 2018
Very good coverage of the expeditions

There is a great deal to see in terms of the exhibits and the stories they tell and I would recommend to anyone as part of a tour of the Bygdoy island museums, particularly if you have children over 10 years old who I hope...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank The_Magpie_on_Tour
Reviewed 11 November 2018
You've gotta love the Vikings

Have been several times with different visitors. Always amazes me what the Vikings achieved. Well worth a visit, for people of all ages. If you take the ferry out there you get to see the islands along Oslo Fjord. Two birds with one stone.

Date of experience: February 2018
Thank tabitha7772014
Reviewed 15 October 2018
A must-see for all adventure lovers!

One of the best museums I ever visited. Featuring the original Kon-Tiki boat exhibited as if it was floating on water with various life-sized types of fish underneath and dedicated to all voyages of Thor Heyerdahl, it is a great museum to visit on a...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank kristinavitkova
Ulrikke Thea B, Guest Relations Manager at The Kon-Tiki Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 25 October 2018

Kristina V, thank you so much for visiting and for sharing this review! Best, Ulrikke

Reviewed 2 October 2018
Brings Heyrdahl's Adventures and Journey's to Life

I was awe inspired after exploring the Kon Tiki Museum. After reading the book, it was fantastic to see the ship in person, and learn more about the crew and their journey. What I didn't know, was all the other exploring that Heyerdahl did throughout...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank ryanprint
Reviewed 1 October 2018
Fascinating

Going in not knowing more than a raft called Kon-Tiki sailed across an ocean, this was a fascinating trip back in two periods of time,both the Kon Tiki and the expedition they emulated. Lots of information and a bonus ship of the Ra. Well worth...More

Date of experience: August 2018
Thank Emma S
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Response from WanderingCatLady | Reviewed this property |
I got the Oslo Pass that included free transport on the ferry from the city center to the island. It also includes metro/subway fare and entrance to various museums, so I would look into that. It was cost effective for us... More
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