Funny experience. The museum with souvenir shop.
The Exploration Vessel Museum, also known as the Flam Museum, has a unique shape and is an isosceles triangle. The museum is not very large. There are two complete polar boats in it. It is said that this ship has been to the Antarctic and the Arctic many times, and it is a wooden ship, which is really inconceivable in the past years.
Take Bus 30 from Central Station and get off at the entrance of the museum. The ticket is 100 Norwegian kroner. If you buy a joint ticket for the Ocean Museum, you only need to pay 180 Norwegian kroner, which saves 20 kroner. The Museum showcases the expedition ship Fram's journeys to the Arctic and Antarctic, including the hard life in the polar region at that time. It is an educational exhibition.
In addition to praise, or praise. Compared with the high price in Norway, the ticket price of this museum is very conscientious. The exact price has been forgotten. However, you can see on the official website that there are many discounts for students. There are many contents in the museum, so it feels very valuable for me to buy student tickets like this. The museum tells about Norwegian navigation, shipbuilding, going to the Arctic to Antarctica, discovering new routes, and discovering Eskimos. If you like history and exploration, this is a good place for you to know about the exploring movements of scientists around the 20th century, such as sailing, shipbuilding, and discovering new routes. Every ten minutes there is a small theatre to show you the history of navigation. There are many tourists and some local people, which are very suitable for families to bring their children to study or play, and the surrounding scenery is also beautiful. In a word, it is especially recommended. The city can take the light rail directly to the door. In a bay area, the scenery is also wonderful. Along the way are houses of great Nordic style. It's good for taking pictures.
The only established goal of this trip is to collect a complete collection of Nansen's Arctic expedition experience and articles, as well as a large amount of historical materials on the Arctic expedition. The seemingly small museum is rich in content. Salute the endless pursuit of the unknown and the immortal heroic dream. Adult ticket 80, student ticket 30, very valuable.
Great museums. Polar expeditions are displayed on a timeline, first on the third floor and then slowly downward. The introduction board is bilingual in Norwegian and English, but there are other languages including Chinese on the electronic screen beside it. You can click and view them, basically conscience translation. Fram, a polar ship, can also visit it, boarding the deck on the third floor, and then going downstairs into the cabin. The only shortcoming is that it can only return to the original way, and people are a little crowded.