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Having a small group, we required a cup of coffee !
We were well received, and even allowed to eat our own brought snakes, since they did not have any local " Cakes ".
Great service and the a great walk down the path by...More
Wednesday 5th September we were out and about exploring and sightseeing in Geiranger and we visited here. We thought the entrance fee of roughly £10.50 was a bit steep, thought we may as well go in as not likely to be back in Geiranger.
People kept telling us we should see the nature museum. I was thinking stuffed moose and squirrel. But we had an hour to kill, so why not. What we found was a very cool living history museum inside of the building. It takes you on...More
Informative and nicely set up. I thought the whole museum was very interesting. It does a nice job of showing early life on the fjord to present day . It only takes about 45 mins, and it is worth the visit.
The centre is clean and smart. The visit starts with a 5 minute slide show which is supposed to tell you what it is like in the fours seasons it did not achieve that The exhibits are fine but not that interesting. If you are...More
We are on a group tour and on our free afternoon we visited the museum. Watch the movie and see this area in all its splendor throughout the year, excellent photography! I also found the entire museum very informative of early life here and how...More
A must see in Geirenger. This museum shows all there is to know about this place - human life, animal, plants & rocks - in one very smart arrangement. You won’t need much time to view it (not more than 40 min or so). Very...More
The museum is situated at next to Fossevandring waterfall. You can reach it by climbing the stairs next to the waterfall or walk dangerously along the hairpin road.
The museum tells the history of Geiranger and Norway in general. A small section is about the...More