Viking Ship Museum

Oslo, Norway

Barrier-free access NO    Baby care room YES   

Review date: 26.02.2018 21:50
This small museum houses three boats found by archaeologists, all of them built in the 19th century and made of oak. One of the ships served as a coffin for the wife of a Viking warrior. The treasures stored with the woman are also displayed.

There are many exiting things to see, such as the pillars carved to have heads of wild animals, carved festive sleds, small items for daily use, agricultural tools, unique exhibits made of dark blue glass vessels and...


out of city

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