Oslo is a paradise for museums. There are several museums on the museum island. After reading the folk museum, we will go to the Polar Ship Museum, also known as the Fram Museum, which was built on May 20, 1936 in Norway. The Ogly Bigue Peninsula is adjacent to many other museums, including the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History and the Norwegian Maritime Museum. The
museum is a very rare triangular building with an interior that takes full advantage of the height and space, and displays Norway's first expedition vessel, the Fram, designed for polar expeditions. When you walk into the museum, you will feel like you are immersed in the world and set foot on the world's most famous polar ship marching number to experience the exciting polar storm.
Follow me on the world's most famous polar ship, the Fram and Gja boats. Every once in a while, there will be new video shows to experience the polar storm, or you can explore the boat. A lot of new things! The icy polar simulator, children's activity center, exhibitions in 10 languages, as well as cafes and outdoor seating, as well as museum gift shops have exclusive products, the world's largest polar bookstore, open every day.
Tickets: 120 kr. for adults, 50 kr. for children, 50 kr. for students, 90 kr/hh for seniors: 10.1-4.30 10:00 - 17:00; 5.1-5.30 10 o'clock - 18 pm; 6.1-8.31 9 o'clock - 18 pm; 9.1-9.30 10 o'clock - 18 pm
Transportation: Bus No. 30.
Posted: 8 Oct, 2019