The Norwegians have been always friendly with the sea. In the times of Vikings, they used their shallops to reach distant shores and thus to explore the unknown to them before places.And so the love to the sea travelings has been left as inheritance to their ancestors. The Fram and Kon-Tiki Museums will give you an idea not only about the expeditions to unknown, but, what is more important, will introduce you those people, who have dedicated their knowledge and lives to expanding the boundaries of human representations about the world, which surrounds them.
You meet your guide at Bygdøy near Fram museum. To get there, take the bus route Nr.30 from city centre (20 – 25 min. ride) or an express ferry named Bygdøyferge from opposite the City Hall.
Price: 2200 NOK
Price does not include admissions