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From 8 May a number of new attractions were available for the visitors at the Fram Museum, the highlight being the continuous 270 degrees surround film shown from the deck of Fram. The Fram Museum is located at Bygdøy, a short distance from the...more
This is a wonderful museum that tells the story of the exploration of the two poles by way of exhibits and informative storyboards. If you were to read every bit of information it would take the entire day so you have to be selective if...More
Was an amazing place with the details of the polar expeditions attempted and successfully completed by the adventurous men from our history. Detailed accounts of the hardships of the journey and their encounters in the extreme regions, difficult choices they had to make made it...More
Visited this museum as we really like polar history, and we weren’t disappointed. Spent a few hours there and also visited other museums around. The little ferry ride to get there was also cool. I would recommend it for stays in Oslo of 2 days...More
Super interesting museum. Walking through the ship was a highlight. If possible, try to watch the movie before you start looking at the exhibits because it provides a good summary for the rest of the museum. We spent about 90 minutes here and could have...More
Do take the time to go here. It is a well curated museum - you can get there by city bus, hop on hop off bus or by ferry. There are 3 museums at this location, we did the Fram and the National Maritime Museum...More
This museum is the most comprehensive exhibit on polar exploration that I have seen. A lot of the exhibit focuses on Ronald Amundsen and his explorations. However, other explorers are also covered. The collection includes many photographs, maps, and equipment. The displays have timelines, journal...More
This is one of the best museums I have ever been to. The two ships on display are brilliantly presented and you are able to go on board and look around.
The presentation of the polar exploration history with interactive exhibits and movies is very...More
We spent nearly three hours here and could have stayed longer. Anyone interested in polar exploration will find this museum a gem. Apart from the two original ships (Fram and Gjøa)there are an enormous amount of information, displays and films.
Yes tickets are available at the museum. I don’t think there were any limitations. Also, as far as tickets go, I would get an Oslo Pass for a couple days and you get into everything you’ll want to see and it also works for... More
Yes tickets are available at the museum. I don’t think there were any limitations. Also, as far as tickets go, I would get an Oslo Pass for a couple days and you get into everything you’ll want to see and it also works for public transportation. Great value.