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From 8 May a number of new attractions were available for the visitors at the Fram Museum, the highlight being the continuous 270 degrees surround film shown from the deck of Fram. The Fram Museum is located at Bygdøy, a short distance from the...more
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We got there close to closing time so we had to rush a bit to get a proper tour of the ship. It’s so neat to be able to walk around and see how the sailors lived on the boat. They also had the lights...More
To build this museum, the massive Fram was towed into the Oslo Fjord and hauled into place high above waters edge. Then they built the museum around it. It is quite spectacular and realistic- made so by frequent video shots covering the entire inside wall...More
I love those kinds of historic museums! You can climb in and around the original Fram-Ship with which Roald Amundsen sailed from Madeira to Antarctica. It is amazing to see the really small cabins! They also have videos that tell you about the story. Also...More
We absolutely loved this museum! So informative, so beautiful inside, interactive, and so much to see and do. We spent about three hours reading and exploring and I could have easily spent another two hours (but it was closing so we had to leave). I...More
My wife and I were in this section of town, on the Oslo pass, we did this museum as our fourth stop, before the ferry back to downtown. What a mistake, this was a high light of the area and we both wished we had...More
This museum has the best preserved polar expedition vessel in the world. You can actually walk up onto the deck and wind your way through the inside of the ship. Stairs are steep, however, and doorways are very low. It really gives you an idea...More
Yes tickets are available at the museum. I don’t think there were any limitations. Also, as far as tickets go, I would get an Oslo Pass for a couple days and you get into everything you’ll want to see and it also works for... More
Yes tickets are available at the museum. I don’t think there were any limitations. Also, as far as tickets go, I would get an Oslo Pass for a couple days and you get into everything you’ll want to see and it also works for public transportation. Great value.