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Det Hanseatiske Museum og Schoetstuene

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Finnegaarden 1a Bryggen, Bergen 5003 Norway
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Walking Tour in Bergen of the Past and Present
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Walking Tour in Bergen of the Past and Present

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Explore Bergen past and present with a certified fluent English-speaking guide. <br><br>This small-group walking tour combines history, culture and everyday life as we walk through both the most famous attractions of Bergen and the off-the-beaten path parts of the city. We will discuss not just the fascinating history of Bergen, but also what it's like to live in Bergen today - including everyday life, housing, work, education and anything you wish to ask. We'll explore the issues currently facing Bergen today, but also what makes Bergen a special place to live.<br><br>We will walk through historical locations past picturesque houses, churches, hills and parks. You'll get an idea of museums, restaurants and shops that you can explore on your own. <br><br>With this walking tour, you'll get a feel not just for Bergen's history and culture, but also the 'real Bergen'. Join Emma, your local guide, on this unique and special walk through the best city in Norway!
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Booije wrote a review Aug 2020
Moss, Norway17 contributions1 helpful vote
Great to experience historic bergen. Worth to take the tour and get some background information. Even though the tour is quite short it is not expensive.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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rdjay wrote a review Feb 2020
New Plymouth, New Zealand11 contributions16 helpful votes
A 10 minute introduction by Hilde to the general history, then time to explore at leisure followed by a walking tour from 15:00. Very interesting and informative; Hilde was a wonderful, knowledgable guide and she speaks English, Spanish, German and French A not-to-be missed experience in Bergen if you want the real history of trading Bergen. Her advice for good coffee and cake 10/10
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Aussie252 wrote a review Jan 2020
Perth, Australia305 contributions44 helpful votes
We walked through Jakobsfjorden to Schotstuene (part of Hanseatic musem). The main museum is under reconstruction as the building is sinking and apparently will take 6 years to repair. So for now the museum is partly closed. But the experience still provides great context to understanding the Hanseatic period and relationship to this area. Be sure to stay for the 3pm guided walking tour that comes as part of your entry fee. It really is terrific.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Caf80 wrote a review Dec 2019
Waco, Texas316 contributions65 helpful votes
The big corner building is being reconstructed, but the assembly rooms (at the back of the Bryggen were amazing. The 3pm daily tour was definitely worth the time
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Susan M wrote a review Oct 2019
Austin, Texas421 contributions159 helpful votes
The museum was partially closed, but the one open building (meeting house) was worth the visit for the historical information on an important part of Bergen's history. This is a reconstruction, but still worth a look. The entry fee includes the Fisheries Museum, and a free bus across the street from the Hanseatic Museum takes you there.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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