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Beautiful symbols of a bygone era

As part of a combo ticket, it's worthwhile to check out this small museum, with the crown jewels... read more

Reviewed 18 August 2018
James W
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Somers, New York
Interesting enough

Visited this on a combination ticket with cathedral and museum. Small museum featuring the crown... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2018
ian239
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Henfield, United Kingdom
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The Royal Regalia - the Crown, Sceptre, Orb, Sword of State and Royal Standard - are symbols of royal power. The Norwegian king's crown was commissioned by King Carl XIV Johan for his coronation in 1818. Since then, it has been used at four...more
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We had to view it from a distance outside of a sort of portcullis, silly since they are behind what looks like bullet proof glass. Quite small crowns, a couple of swords.

Thank SallyB69
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We bought the combination ticket think that all three were open, only to discover that we could not get into the room where the Crown Jewels were displayed, they were selling these tickets at half price which made the combined ticket more expensive!

Thank Zambuck2037
Reviewed 29 September 2018

The jewels were in a room locked with a gate and had to be viewed from around 20 ' away. I assume it was due to the recent theft of the Swedish crown jewels in broad daylight. Not worth a special trip at this time.

Thank Vance B
Reviewed 1 September 2018 via mobile

We did this on the aforementioned combination ticket. See impressive items on display. Sadly the day we went, the jewels room was locked so we could only see them from afar. The display on Norwegian queens was very good though.

Thank JPH1984
Reviewed 18 August 2018

As part of a combo ticket, it's worthwhile to check out this small museum, with the crown jewels displayed on the lowest level. The crown jewels are very beautiful, and it makes you realize how important these symbols of power were (that the state would...More

Thank James W
Reviewed 25 July 2018

Visited this on a combination ticket with cathedral and museum. Small museum featuring the crown jewels and regalia of the Norwegian royal family. Interesting viewing but not a huge number of items on display. Worth a visit.

Thank ian239
Reviewed 29 June 2018

An interesting museum with the regalia of the Norwegian royalty. The history is also well told in small posts. At the time we visited there was also an exhibition of the role of women and queens in the royal history.

Thank Torger B
Reviewed 27 June 2018

This is a very nicely done display of the Norwegian royal regalia - which are no longer used due to the modernization of the monarchy in the early 20th century. The crowns are beautiful but I liked the robes even more! They are in glass...More

Thank Jennifer A
Reviewed 23 June 2018 via mobile

I went here as part of the combo ticket and enjoyed it very much. I spent about 45 minutes here. The crown regalia is lovely. There is plenty of information to read about the crown regalia. There was a restroom available, which was handy. The...More

Thank NIB80
Reviewed 22 May 2018 via mobile

This museum was included in a combo admission to the church and palace. It was behind the church near the military museum. It had crowns, swords, royal robes and photos of royalty. There were statues and coronation chairs. I am a descendant of King Olaf,...More

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