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The University Museum's exhibits center around natural and cultural history topics. We are especially interested in engaging children and young adults with topics in science and technology that present ideas in a critical and engrossing way...more
This two part museum offers two buildings for your 60 NOK entry fee. The Natural History museum is mostly sad - and I am a connoisseur and dedicated fan of natural history museums. I've seen far better in the average midwestern university in the US....More
Not much to look at. Some interesting Viking relics (mostly bits and pieces) and a reasonable attempt at connections to Trondheim’s past plus some natural history stuff thrown in. It reminds me of a small town museum. Generally if they have a Trondheim Pass or...More
To keep it short and sweet, The natural history museum is spread out over four floors. Apart from the Polar Night exhibition, it is all a bit old fashioned, with very few explanations in English. I can't not touch on the Polar Night exhibition. As...More
There are two distinct and separate parts of this museum in two different buildings. The current exhibit is the Body Worlds, which has been traveling the world for decades.
On a raining morning we were driven to drier venues. In this mode we found Body...More
The main building offered some rooms with different things to see, like stuffed animals and an old library. Overall, there was no clear red thread and not much information given. BUT, the building in the backyard had an amazing construction of a medieval town that...More
I used to come here often as a kid, mainly due to the fact that I was somewhat of a historybuff. Now that I'm older and have travelled some, I'm not all that impressed any more. Most of the good stuffs hidden away in boxes...More
The main museum in building C is a less than average museum of natural history and local archeology. Better not to visit if you cannot read Norweigian since very few explanations are in English or other language. The marine and fish section has mainly plastic...More