Rosenkrantz Tower (Norwegian: Rosenkrantztårnet, formerly Valkendorftårnet) is a tower that derives its name from governor Erik Rosenkrantz. The last residence of a king seated in Bergen.
The University Museum has two main sections: the Natural History Museum, which is closed for major restoration works until 2019, and the Historical Museum, which is open to the public. Th Historical Museum is located at Harald Scheteligs plass 10, Museum Website
One of the oldest schools in the country, tracing its roots back to the middle of the 12th century. Ludvig Holberg attended the school while it was located in this building.
The fish market of Bergen used to be a very busy spot where the fishermen used to sell their fish directly from their boats to the townspeople. Over the last decades, this trade has been totally changed, and nowadays tourists often constitute the great majority of the customers. You can still get some nice seafood […]
Open air museum featuring a town environment from the 1800s, when Bergen was Europe’s biggest wooden city. At that time, Bergen was a distinctive city environment with closely spaced wooden buildings, busy streets, markets and alleys.
The Crossbow Brigades—Buekorpsene are self-organised marching brigades, usually consisting of boys up to some 18 years. Their museum is right in the town centre!
Hordamuseet shows the everyday life of peasants and fisher families through the centuries. Beautiful location by Fanafjorden south of Bergen.
Exhibitions about the fortress, the resistance during WWII and more.
Bergen Aquarium has lots of fun for the whole family: meet our penguins, seals and a bunch of strange sea creatures!
Troldhaugen was the home of Edvard and Nina Grieg, built in 1885. The couple lived there for 22 years.
The beautiful City Centre, say no more!
Located in a street tramway depot hall in Møhlenpris, some 15 minutes by foot from the city centre.
Dive into real fish tales at the Norwegian Fisheries Museum, and let our historical warehouses inspire you!
Sandviken district, a 20 minutes walk north of the city centre. Under the mountain, viewing the fiord.
Løvstakken is the friendly mountain south-west of the town centre. It is easily accessible by foot from the town centre, but if you don’t have plenty of time, you could spare 30 minutes by going to Danmarks Plass by Bybanen light rail.
The university area is just above the town centre, around the red brick Johannes Church. A little further find a big park and nice neighbourhoods.