At the Bergen Aquarium you will meet famous local personalities like Pingrid Alexandra, Vitus and Zelters. You can also experience the great atmosphere created by the young and old citizens of Bergen who keep coming back to say hello to the animals - and to meet each other. Since 1960, the aquarium has formed a vibrant part of our local identity.
Bergen Cathedral (Norwegian: Bergen domkirke) a cathedral in Bergen municipality in Hordaland county, Norway.It is located in the city of Bergen.The church is the seat of the "Bergen domkirke" parish and the seat of the Bergen arch-deanery in the Diocese of Bjørgvin.
Bergen Kunsthall is one of Norway’s premier arenas for contemporary art. With a variety that spans large solo exhibitions of international and Norwegian artists to curated group exhibitions and thematic productions, Bergen Kunsthall wishes to reflect the latest trends in the art scene.
The Bergen Maritime Museum presents the history of shipping, its development and importance to Bergen and Norway throughout the ages. Our exhibitions offer a vast collection of ship models – including Viking ships – paintings, marine archeological findings and various items related to seamanship and life on board. Regular temporary exhibitions.
Fortress. The main emphasis is on King Håkon’s estate, the wars with Sweden over control in Scandinavia, Eske Bille and the building of Bergenhus Fortress. The exhibition also shows: * The battle in Bergen harbour in 1665 and the action near Alvøen in 1808. * The IR9 effort in 1940.
Bryggen is now part of our common heritage and has a place on UNESCO’s World Heritage List, and the city of Bergen is a designated World Heritage City. The world heritage site consists of the old Hanseatic wharf and buildings, and one of the best known urban areas from the Middle Ages in all of Norway.
Bryggens Museum is built over the remains of Bergen’s oldest buildings from the first half of the 1100s. These architectural remains are still an important part of the museum’s permanent exhibition, and give visitors the experience of life in Bergen in the Middle Ages.
Scandic Byparken is in the historic Tornøgården brick building in the heart of Bergen. It has a 24-hour front desk and tastefully decorated rooms with LCD TVs and free Wi-Fi. All the brightly colored rooms at Scandic Byparken come with a minibar and private bathrooms with a shower and hairdryer.
Norway Bergen - Damsgaard Manor Damsgaard Manor was erected in the 1770´s, Damsgaard Manor was the most splendid manor in the city at the time. It has recently been restored and is now open to the public as a museum, with gardens recreated as they might have been 200 years ago, displaying flowers, shrubs, trees, vegetables and herbs of that period as well as fountains, sculptures, a duck pond and carp pool.
Fantoft Stave Church (Norwegian: Fantoft stavkirke) is a reconstructed stave church in the Fana borough of the city of Bergen, Norway. The church was originally built in Fortun in Sogn, a village near inner or eastern end of Sognefjord around the year 1150.
Fjell Fortress just outside Bergen was the biggest German fortress in Norway during the Second World War. About Fjell Fortress is a truly impressive underground military base, with a labyrinth of around a kilometre of roads, 10 meters under Fjedla Mountain.
Gamlehaugen har vært nasjonaleiendom med offentlig park, museum og kongebolig for Vestlandet siden Michelsens død i 1925. Hovedbygningen blir ofte omtalt som "slottet" blant bergensere som ser den ruve over Fjøsangerbukten langs den sørlige hovedinnfartsåre til Bergen.
Holy Cross Church (Norwegian: Korskirken) is a special parish church in Bergen municipality in Hordaland county, Norway. It is situated in the centre of the city of Bergen, just east of the head of the Vågen bay. The church is located at the intersection of the streets Kong Oscars gate and Nedre Korskirkeallmenning.
Kode 3. Address: Rasmus Meyers allé 7. In KODE 3 we present The Rasmus Meyers Collection and our great collection of works by Edvard Munch, including many of his major works. Among the highlights of the collection are paintings from the Golden Age of Norwegian art, as well as historical interiors from the Bergen area.
Lille Lungegårdsvannet or Smålungeren is a small 5 acres (0.020 km 2) lake in the centre of the city of Bergen in Hordaland county, Norway. The octagonal lake is a natural lake that was historically connected to the nearby Store Lungegårdsvannet bay via a short strait, but the strait was filled-in in 1926.
Visit Norway’s newest and finest exhibitions about life along the coast and at sea. The museum is located in authentic wharfside warehouses as old as Bryggen. It is packed with information and playful exhibitions about the history of Norwegian fisheries.
The open-air Old Bergen Museum is a reconstructed small town consisting of around 50 wooden houses dating from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. About Old Bergen is a reminder of what Bergen used to be like. In the 19th century, Bergen was Europe’s largest wooden city, and its steep and densely built-up streets, squares and alleyways gave it a unique character.
Bymuseet museum bergen "bymuseet i bergen" historisk historie kulturhistorisk kulturhistorie arkeologi bryggen lepra lepramuseet damsgård "gamle bergen" alvøen middelalder skolemuseet latinskolen brannmuseet håkonshallen rosenkrantztårnet hordamuseet "middelalderen i bergen" "bergens historie"
Sandviksfjellet is a mountain in the city of Bergen in Hordaland county, Norway.It is one of the traditional seven mountains that surround the city centre of Bergen. The mountain lies on the east side of the city neighborhood of Sandviken, just north of the mountain Fløyen.
VilVite is an exciting science centre where we invite both young and old into the compelling world of natural science, phenomena and technology. The whole family can have plenty of fun in combination with learning experiences whilst spending a day at VilVite.
The West Norway Museum of Decorative Art (Norwegian: Vestlandske kunstindustrimuseum) was established in 1887 at the initiative of Johan Bøgh. In 1896 the museum moved into a permanent exhibition building, a Renaissance Revival structure designed by Henry Bucher (1864–1944).