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Tromso Domkirke

Storgata 25, Tromso 9008, Norway
+47 77 66 25 80
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Centrally located church, formerly the city cathedral.

It was a great shame that throughout the 5 days we were in Tromso, we were unable to gain access to... read more

Reviewed today
James R
Inaccessible at the moment

At present tourists cannot get close to the church due to reconstruction of the surrounding roads... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
andycoldham
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Crawley, United Kingdom
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“wooden church” (26 reviews)
“pretty church” (7 reviews)
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Storgata 25, Tromso 9008, Norway
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Reviewed today

It was a great shame that throughout the 5 days we were in Tromso, we were unable to gain access to this church at all. It should be open to the public at all times.

Thank James R
Reviewed 1 week ago

At present tourists cannot get close to the church due to reconstruction of the surrounding roads, but its a nice photo opportunity as its made entirely of wood and quite striking. The church appears closed at present and I tried to get access on all...More

1  Thank andycoldham
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

had been visiting this church before. It is a very interesting construction made of wood. It is not that loaded like catholic curches are, since it is a protestant church. We were lucky to listen to a rehersal of organist, pianist and a singer for...More

Thank blueskies15-10
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This Cathedral is the centre of Tromso. It is very old, circa late 1800 built entirely in wood with external wooden painted slats. It is beautiful inside, just like a Tardis, so large, welcoming and so bright and cheery. Although there are still construction works...More

Thank DAVE W
Reviewed 30 September 2017

Construction seems to have been going on when we went by. The rain was blinding, pounding, unrelenting and (in all honesty) we just could not even be sure if the church was even open for visitations. However, all that being said, the all-wood Christian church...More

Thank on_the_go_98765
Reviewed 30 August 2017

Due to construction in the area, the Domkirke was closed the first two days that we were in Tromso, but it was open for worship on Sunday morning. It is the only wooden cathedral in Norway, and it is a very pleasing worship space.

Thank Paulandjean
Reviewed 3 August 2017

I notice that some other visitors have managed to get into this church but I'm not sure how. We have visited a few times and it is always closed which is very disappointing. Quite impressive from the outside though and a good meeting spot in...More

Thank reviewer23_12
Reviewed 27 July 2017

This is a pretty church but it was closed in the am so we had to come back in the afternoon. Inside it is very lovely.

Thank pinn
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Only saw the outside but there is lots of history in the church in a town where half is modern and the other half old, mainly due to a fire in the town in 1996.

Thank fizzy1991
Reviewed 20 July 2017

I am not sure why this was closed a few times we visited but from the outside, Tromso Cathedral is a site to visit. The lovely architecture made of wood, said to have been completed during the 1880s.

Thank DuchessDiaz
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