We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
One of the most important monuments of the Renaissance. Close to Hakon’s hall lies the Rosenkrantz Tower, which is considered to be the most important Renaissance era monument in Norway. Parts of the tower are from the 1270s, but it has been built...more
All reviews medieval fortress red arrows watch your head minutes before closing bergen card worth a visit interesting history self guided tour great view great place to visit cruise ship dungeon spiral plaques governor magnus armour
The tower was the only part of this site that was open when we visited due to repairs. Totally worth the visit and price of admission - a glimpse into medieval history of Bergen. It was fun to snake through the stairwells of the tower...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Rosenkrantz Tower, in spite of the construction/maintenance going on outside during our visit. We found this place fascinating and had a great time visiting the various rooms, finding our way up and down the stone spiral staircases, and playing...More
This building was being restored when we visited, but you still received the feel of its history and its place in the history of Bergen/Norway. It is not handicap accessible and involves many steps...caution to those with mobility issues.
Facade is under reconstruction but you can visit the tower. Narrow spiral stairs mean you have to bi fit and watch your head all the time. Arrows in the tower are not positioned precisely so sooner or later you will have no idea where you...More
The entire outside was being worked on mid-September 2018; because of this we could not go outside for the great view everyone talks about. This place has a ton of rooms and it's like a maze inside - it's easy to get turned around and...More
Under cover of scaffolding, we almost walked past it! Once inside (and allowing the school group ahead of us!) it was a fascinating place. Some of the staircases were a bit of a tight climb - they definitely must have been tiny people way back...More