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The Norwegian Glacier Museum opened in 1991, and is an award-winning hands-on museum, situated in Fjaerland at the head of the Fjaerlandsfjord. The museum is the leading centre in Norway for dissemination of knowledge with regard to glaciers and...more
All reviews glacier museum interactive exhibits great for kids all ages adults and children short film ice cave well worth the visit viewing platform movie hands roof information geology norway science otzi
Why didn’t my husband and I like this museum? We love museums of all sorts and were really looking forward to seeing the glaciers. But this expensive place let us down.
A local said his son has been 20 times; It draws his attention like...More
Small museum dedicated to the "workings"of glaciers,watch a short film(about 20 mins),take part on interactive exhibits related to ice masses,relax in its cafeteria,even go onto the rooftop for spectacular views,worth a visit.
This is the sort of museum that would keep children and adults amused! It’s very interactive, with you being able to take part in nearly every exhibit. Really quite small, we were probably only in there just over an hour, so not somewhere to plan...More
The displays were interesting, particularly about Otzi, the the Iceman discovered in 1991. Our ferry glacier tour didn't allow us enough time to give the museum justice but we did take the 'tip' to watch the movie--and that was a let down. It's basically a...More
We are on a tour and stopped here. I really enjoyed the movie and all the museums interactive exhibits, especially the ice screw. The walkthrough exhibit was a little scary, guess I never want to go in an ice cave! Very informative plaques too. Put...More