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Reviewed 15 February 2016

Good museum, plenty to see. Upstairs there is a lot of interactive things to see. A lot of reading here, very informative.

Date of experience: February 2016
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Reviewed 13 February 2016

In this interesting museum we are shown a fragment of Norway's glorious past at sea. At one point over 60.000 Norwegian were sailors, and Norway was third largest in shiptonnage in the world.

Date of experience: April 2015
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Reviewed 29 January 2016

With an old dugout tree - an ancient way of travel in Norway, and many examples of
Sea life - lamps, harpoons, clothes, and a whole area dealing with whaling I. norway's past including a menacing looking harpoon gun for whaling, this museum fills you in on Norway's links to the sea, and it's worth the visit. the Fram and Kon Z Tiki Museums are right beside this museum. You can take the ferry boat from near City Hall downtown to get here in summer.

Date of experience: January 2016
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Reviewed 3 January 2016

we got free tickets to this museum and enjoyed a two hour visit here. Be sure to get free coins in the reception to drive the radio controlled boats. Kids built own small boat with wood bricks for 50kr ( but was really noise due to the hammering)

Date of experience: November 2015
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Reviewed 21 December 2015

Like most visitors,we covered this museum in conjunction with the Fram Museum and the Kon Tiki museum,which are all only steps apart.Of the three museums this would be my least favorite one,probably because it is much more general in it's content,whereas the other two are more focused.Having said that,it was still interesting with good exhibits,and was well laid out.There is also a coffee shop on site,which is nice on a cold day.If you are going to visit a number of museums and attractions,best to get the Oslo Pass,which covers the museums and public transport.

Date of experience: November 2015
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