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The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology (Norsk Teknisk Museum) is the national museum for technology, industry, science and medicine. The museum has over 20 permanent and temporary exhibitions about energy, oil, industry, medicine, airplanes...more
It was an instant visit to this place which turned out great fun. This place is full of inventions to enjoy. It is a place where any adult can act like a child for few hours.
Very good place for families and also for couples....More
Went with my 6-year old son. Was there at 09:00 (when they open)-16:00 (when they close). A lot see and do, history, cars, phones, technology, trains and a lot more.
After the museum, we went to the museums' shop and got the solar system for...More
Unless your family has already visited Bergen's VilVite Science Centre, you should go there whilst you're in Oslo.
By the way, it's well worth a half day trip with a morning stroll along the Akerselva river, en route to the Norwegian Museum of Science &...More
We got some issues/problems in the morning, and did not Expect to be able to enjoy the museum, but the extraordinary service from customer service made this possible!
The museum was Also good this time, with some extra new themes and activities.
The kids love...More
This has an amazing range of old and modern exhibits..something for all ages and interests. You need at least 3 hours to explore this place as an interested adult. Although this exhibit is out of the main tourist route it is worth a visit if...More
This muzeum is interesting for all ages. See all the old technical inventiones here. Fine family attraction right outside Oslo. Train from Oslo Sentral station. to Kjelsås station right outside the muzeum.
This could be one of the best museums for kids,very interactive ad very useful to learn about science. Excellebt displays and excellent idea. However it has a problem:almost everything is written only in norwegian. A few exhibits (the less interesting ones) have a short explanation...More