We popped in here while waiting to get a mini-cruise round the fjord. It's an interesting enough place to stop off but the day we were here they were closing at two to re-open at 8pm for the opening of a new exhibition about food around the world, which wasn't visible at the time, so there wasn't all that much for us to see.
The technology of some of the exhibits was really interesting to see but the content didn't captivate me as much as it maybe could have.
The front desk guy was hilarious and friendly - and gave us a big discount on entry as we could only see half of it and only had about an hour to look. To be honest, 40 minutes was about all it took for us to wander around, but I imagine that would be different if we'd been able to get into the new exhibition.
There was a school party in when we were there too so it was a little noisier than you'd expect in a musuem (though they were very well behaved, I should add!)
Probably worth visiting if there's an exhibition on that you really want to see, not sure it's worth the entrance fee just for the permanent exhibitions.
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