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The Viking Ship Museum and Historical Museum Admission Ticket
from US$12.56*
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The Viking Ship Museum and Historical Museum Admission Ticket
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Come face to face with some of the world's greatest Viking treasures! Experience the best-preserved Viking Ships in the world and unique burial artefacts from boat graves around the Oslo Fjord. These ships have been on voyages of the sea before they...more
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Huk Avenue 35, Oslo 0287, Norway
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+47 22 13 52 80
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Reviewed today via mobile

The two almost complete ships here are amazing! Our group of four had already see Viking ships in Schleswig and Copenhagen. But these are in much better condition. The finely carved “ornamental” details were exquisite. Loved seeing the Norwegian Viking wagon after seeing the Danish...More

Thank KennethEast
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Wonderful history with some interesting pieces in the collection. A short film which was informative.

Thank faithcharity
Reviewed yesterday

We walked to this museum in the rain from the Kon-Tiki Museum about a kilometre. When we got there, the Museum seemed a bit strange in that it looked like a church in the shape of a cross, which was at odds with what I...More

Thank WW_Traveller023
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Museum was not as interesting as we thought it would be. There are artifacts of the Viking era including a replica of a ship and the discovered ruins of an actual ship. If you have limited time there are more interesting museums in Oslo.

Thank Francis1011
Reviewed yesterday

There are three Viking ships here that were used to bury (probably rich people) people. The ships differ in design and in condition. One was used to bury rich ladies, this ship probably would have been swamped if it went to sea. Another ship was...More

Thank Bryan N
Reviewed yesterday

This place is spare, almost to the point of being austere. Like it was built on a shoestring budget by people who didn't really want to do it, but were told they had to. There are the three Viking longboats, three wagons, and a few...More

Thank ChHover
Reviewed yesterday

Small, interesting museum presenting authentic artifacts of ninth century Viking life, including two well preserved ships, an elaborately carved wagon and items of clothing. A film projected onto walls, accompanied by music, effectively tells the story of why and how Vikings ventured over oceans in...More

Thank Fltraveler2013
Reviewed yesterday

Our tour guide got us there just before it opened and we had spectacular views and photos ops with no people there. The ships seem large, but as an ocean going vessel, the Vikings had to be hardy and brave. Many other displays of burial...More

Thank Henry-Tally
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A great look into viking history with the three big ships and other artifacts. Everything I thought I knew about the vikings was out the window once I visited this museum. The 5min video was worth a watch as well.

Thank Jonna F
Reviewed yesterday

The Wiking Ship Museum shows the historic of Scandinavian culture. With the Oslo Pass is it free entrance

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Suican A
26 February 2018|
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Response from noslomai | Reviewed this property |
You might want to try emailing the museum (mailto:postmottak@khm.uio.no) but I’m afraid the soundtrack may have been recorded solely for the purpose of the animation and may not be made available.
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GIRIJA D
25 December 2017|
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Response from BjMOslo_Norway | Reviewed this property |
The first ship was shifted there in 1926, and the final building was finished in 1956. As far as I know a new shifting, whch has been planned for many years now have been skipped for good
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7 November 2017|
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Response from Anette M | Property representative |
Hello! Thanks for getting in touch! The bus leaves to Bygdøy every 10 minutes in front of the city hall! If you want to returbillett a taxi the front people can help you! Very easy! Please feel welcome! All the... More
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