Very ancient and classical ships and original tools, very admire the navigators of that year, surprise to find that there is also a small library.
Located on Oslo's Bigger Peninsula, the Museum of Kantiki exhibits boats and objects used in the famous Norwegian Explorer Tol Heildar's Kantiki expedition, as well as libraries with 8,000 books. The museum was designed by architects F. S. Platou and Otto TorgersenIt. It was opened in 1957 and expanded in 1978. The Museum has a separate area for short-term expeditions, cave explorations and underwater exhibitions of whale sharks up to 10 meters long.
It's a small museum that I find interesting, but it may not be worth it if I go there. But we bought Osloka, and it was free anyway. This man is really brave. There are two bamboo rafts that he traveled across the Pacific Ocean. There are also statues that he brought back from Easter Island.
Museum is a very small venue, which seems to be built by private investment. Generally speaking, it's better to come here for outdoor activities.
The museum is small, but it's enough to attract boys to spend a morning here.