The small museum was built in 1976. It is said that there was a fire on the original site before it was built. The designer of the museum also designed the Radisson Hotel next door. As for the exhibits inside, I feel so-so.
The street scenery is very good, especially the various buildings built against the mountain, which nicely embellish the green mountains. I also went to an unremarkable military music museum with a lot of stuff, and it’s not bad to sit and listen to music!
Before coming to Bergen, I knew Bryggen. Bryggen is a world cultural heritage and has similarities with our old town and old streets. Most of the buildings in Bryggen have three floors, the first floor is mainly for shopping and restaurants, and the second and third floors have some old objects to visit. The Bryggen area is not large, it is connected to the dock. Compared with ancient towns in China, I prefer ancient towns in China.
Bryggen, a World Cultural Heritage Project, has a history of more than 400 years, all of which are pure wooden houses. Wooden houses and piers constitute a beautiful and moving world. There is a fish market nearby where you can taste seafood.
It displays medieval relics unearthed in the Bryggen region between 1955 and 1972. At the same time, a film about the excavations in the Bryggen region and the style of the buildings is shown. But to be honest, it's really boring.
This museum is also very old, exhibiting a lot of medieval things and objects, as well as some films about the Bryggen region, suitable for tourists to understand. There are many precious cultural relics, you can experience the production and life of the Middle Ages.
Preston_Dominguez: Dreggsallmenningen 3, Bergen, Norway
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Bryggen,Bryggen Herringbone House,Gamle Bergen,Fish Market,St Mary's Church