This is a one-off museum - fully dedicated to the Kon –Tiki reed raft rebuilt by Thor Heyerdahl (1914-2002) who won world fame with his journey in 1947 when he crossed the Pacific Ocean with his raft. He wanted to show that prehistoric humans could have mastered sailing, before the wheel was discovered. Being a scientist he spent much of his time with archaeological discoveries that are also exhibited. Certainly worth your visit and relive his experiences and circumstances undergone during his famous journey.
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