Ra II and Kon-Tiki are there, along with routes mapped out; explanations, and artifacts. If you are there at noon, you can see the Kon-Tiki movie for free; otherwise, there is an original film of about 10 minutes to view that shows the crew coming ashore on their raft.
There is also a life-sized "underwater" display, and "caverns" to walk through that reveal artifacts. Easter Island statues are highlighted as well, as Heyerdahl wished to preserve some in his museum.
I liked this museum because real objects and rafts are displayed, and the reading is not so heavy; the two films are available, as well. It was a beautiful day when we went, on the boat to the peninsula where the museum is. One could just go and enjoy the outdoors there. The Fram museum is there, as well (polar trek).
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