The Exploration Vessel Museum, also known as the Flam Museum, has a unique shape and is an isosceles triangle. The museum is not very large. There are two complete polar boats in it. It is said that this ship has been to the Antarctic and the Arctic many times, and it is a wooden ship, which is really inconceivable in the past years.
Take Bus 30 from Central Station and get off at the entrance of the museum. The ticket is 100 Norwegian kroner. If you buy a joint ticket for the Ocean Museum, you only need to pay 180 Norwegian kroner, which saves 20 kroner. The Museum showcases the expedition ship Fram's journeys to the Arctic and Antarctic, including the hard life in the polar region at that time. It is an educational exhibition.
Explore the weather conditions of men who sailed the Arctic and Antarctic in a wooden ship, more than hundred years ago. However, it is not any wooden ship, but the strongest one ever built. You will have a chance to experience the polar simulator, see some interesting exhibits and buy some great items in the museum shop.
The Fram Museum is the home of the world’s strongest polar vessel. If you are interested in polar expedition history, don’t miss the Fram Museum. It’s the symbol of Norway’s significant participation in the heroic age of exploration. Noticeably, Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup, and Roald Amundsen who took turns in exploring new areas in both the Arctic and Antarctic on this amazing ship.