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“But I really loved this museum, the free tour guide was a real "plus", the films, exhibitions, interactive activities, all showed Norway and the changes provided by the oil discovery on people's mentalities and li...”
“One of the real fun museums ... gives visitors lots of space to interact ... a lot of opportunities to laugh and have some fun .. ideal place for a family with or without children to visit”
“We were recommended to visit this museum by friends who has been to Stavanger last year and loved it.Our party of 8 agreed.Our British guide was fantastic, so passionate about his subject it inspired us all to lea...”
“Take the guided tour with the museum curator Piers who really puts the whole history of the canning history into perspective and thoroughly covers each aspect of the process and the conditions in which the employe...”
“Since most of the museums here are open from 10-16, I recommend you to start early, if you start at Leedal, then go to Breidablikk, if you take a close look on everything, make photos and talk with the crew (as I...”
“In summer you can also get half price entry into museums within 48 hours with your receipt, including the Petroleum Museum (knowing this saved us NOK 150) A fantastic incentive.”
“I highly recommend combining a visit with Breidablikk across the road and taking advantage of the offer to visit any of the other museums in Stavanger for free on the same day if you show your receipt.”