You know this place is real, and really looked after, when they ask you to put on blue plastic shoe coverings before you're allowed to proceed on the tour (which is the only way to see it - and no photography is allowed). There are only two storeys of the building that you can see, but they provide the backdrop for no end of stories about the royal families that have used this building (including a potted guide to Norwegian royal history), and about the building's earlier life as well. Our guide had only been working there for a week, but her extensive knowledge would have suggested that she'd been guiding there for years, telling us about the building, its architecture, uses and occupants. The rooms are truly stunning. If you're in Trondheim, this is a site which is not to be missed.
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