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CLOSED FROM (01.10.18 - 30.05.19) The exhibits at the Fisheries museum focus on the development of the fishing industry and the manufacturing process. The museum shows how the fishing industry has evolved from 1800th up to today. The museum explains...more
Again we had planned to go here as it was raining. This is an old fishing warehouse by the docks and each room has a number of exhibits. You can learn all about cod liver oil production, klippe Fiske production and there is interesting information...More
We visited this museum as part of a local tour so did not have to worry about the currency difficulty. It was a challenge to get the stories of some of the exhibits but the more recent ones up dark stairs have very good English...More
Reasonable price (about $5)for entrance but they only take local currency and credit cards. That kept us from buying some small souvenirs. Would have been 5 Star if they took more currencies. I hope that they consider taking the most popular tourist currencies. Simple history...More
This museum was a little hard to find but worth it. The exhibits upstairs are fascinating and cleverly done. The booklet in English has numbers that correspond to the exhibits and really tell the story. When you first arrive, don’t be daunted by the first...More
We loved this Museum. Wonderful 2 story building with great photos and displays about the history of fishing in Norway. Very interesting. And for those who only speak English they have easy to read/follow booklets that describes everything in English.
We went to the Fisheries Museum in Alesund. It was really interesting though not all of the displays had English translations. It was very informative and had some great displays. The views along the waterfront were really pretty too.