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Open on Thu,11:00am-7:00pm;Open on Tue-Wed,Fri,11:00am-3:00pm;Open on Sat-Sun,11:00am-4:00pm
Address: Musegata 16, Stavanger 4010, Norway
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Most of the people who come to Stavanger are mainly on foot to the famous sermon stone and miracle stone as transit cities. In fact, the small town of Stavanger also has some northern European scenery, and is surrounded by a few interesting niche museums. The oil museum is a development site of the North Sea oil field from the 1970 ages, and the Norway state oil company is established, and oil is very important in the history of the development of Stavanger and Norway. Visit the Petroleum Museum and learn about the tour, exploration, mining, and the development and history of Norway's oil. The museum's tickets are valid for all days and can be entered and exited in one day. Tickets: 150 kroner canned museum, mainly displaying the fabrication and history of various sardine canneds, with a dedicated docent, interested people can also buy some of the most authentic Norwegian sardine canneds, very affordable, bought a can of breakfast with bread. It shows the changes in various canned labels over the years, although only small labels, but after careful collection and preservation, in this similar historical reappearance, it is quite shocking. Tickets: combined with the Ocean Museum, 40 kroner Ocean Museum, you can see the Ocean Museum facing the harbor outside the old town, built in two warehouses, it is very informative, here you can learn the Norwegians at that time the magnificent life and development of the ocean history. Tickets: With the Canned Museum, 40 Krona Stavanger Museum is the most important museum in the area, also located in the old town, with many first class exhibits inside, there are specimens of animals on one side and historical exhibition hall on the other. The museum was opened in 1877. Both the Cannery Museum and the Ocean Museum are located in the Stavanger Old Town area, along the way to enjoy the 18th century architecture and streets of the old town. Cobbled walkways pass through rows of painted white houses, and on both sides of this narrow street are many galleries, artisan shops, souvenirs and postcard shops, exquisite and worth the slow pace and fine taste. Xiamen | France | Europe | Travel | Photography | Aerial | Later | Self-driving Tour | Hotel | European | European Photography Group | Beidou Star Cloud

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