One of our top picks in Trondheim. This harbourside hotel is right by Trondheim Central Station. It provides free Wi-Fi and en-suite rooms with a flat-screen TV. The main street, Nordre Gate is 5 minutes’ walk away. Satellite TV, a seating area and work desk are standard features in all guest rooms at P-Hotels Brattøra.
Dora I (foreground with blue upper levels) and Dora II (background with only a partial roof). Dora II is a more open and incomplete structure than Dora I. Dora II (Dora 2) is an unfinished German submarine base and submarine pen or bunker in Trondheim, Norway, which is next to Dora I (Dora 1).
Kristiansten fortress is one of Trondheim’s most popular attractions. It is a National Fortifications Heritage site. The dungeon and museum are the main attractions inside the fortress. The fortress is surrounded by a large recreational area, which is open to the public.
Lademoparken was extended and renovated through the collaboration of artists, landscape architect Brit S. Johnsen from Asplan Viak AS, landscape gardeners, and other professionals. ‘We wanted to keep the soul of the park, but poked about in all beds, and changed both landscape and light’, Viel Bjerkeset Andersen recounts.
Munkholmen is an island in the Trondheim Harbour area, approximately 2 kilometres from the town centre. The island was originally named Nidarholm. During the Viking Age, this was a place where public executions were held. Munkholmen is also where Olav Tryggvason put Kark's and Håkon Earl's heads on poles, after battling for kingdom and christianity in the year of 995.
National Museum of Decorative Arts The museum houses a historical and modern collection that includes furniture, silver, glass, textile, ceramics and design from the 15th century up till today. Also administrating guided tours in Stiftsgården - The Royal Residence.
The Nidelva river both frames the city center of Trondheim and offers good fishing opportunities (salmon and trout). The record for salmon ' so far ' is 31.8 kg (70 lb). Most fishing locations are open to the public, so come and try your luck, but first remember to buy a fishing permit (Axel Bruun sports shop, Prinsens gate 30).
The Norwegian National Museum of Justice, Norwegian: Norsk Rettsmuseum, is a public museum of penal justice and law enforcement in Trondheim, Norway. The Norwegian National Museum of Justice, Norwegian: Norsk Rettsmuseum, is a public museum of penal justice and law enforcement in Trondheim, Norway.
The plants in the botanical garden are living collections used for research, educational purposes, and conservation of endangered species. Here you can enjoy part of the world`s great botanical diversity and learn more about it. The garden is around 32 acres and opened as part of the university in 1973.
The Church of Our Lady in Trondheim By ThorNews on January 11, 2013 • ( 0) The Church of Our Lady (Norwegian: Vår Frue Kirke), erected in the 12 th century, is besides the Nidaros Cathedral, the the only medieval building in Trondheim. After the Reformation in 1536, it was expanded and parts of the original brickwork is very well preserved. The church is the third largest medieval church in Norway.
TRONDHEIM – Nidaros Cathedral – Riksregaliene The King’s crown and the other items that make up the Regalia of Norway are exhibited in the west wing of the Archbishop’s Palace. This priceless historical collection symbolises more than a millennium of the monarchy as Norway’s form of government. The King’s crown was acquired by King ...
Rockheim is a national museum center of pop and rock. The exhibitions use temporary digital media diversity as method of presentation. Experience the museum by listening to concerts, using touch screens, lazer pens, mixer tables or test your guitar skills. Don't hesitate to ask the museum guides how things work.
Stiftsgården is the King’s official residence in Trondheim. It is centrally situated on the city’s most important thoroughfare, Munkegaten, north of the main square. The palace was built in the 18th century and is one of the largest wooden buildings in Scandinavia.
The Armoury Rustkammeret is located in Trondheim. With our world travel planner, Trondheim attractions like The Armoury Rustkammeret can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
Leiv Eiriksson Statue represents a copy of the same monument in Seattle. It was erected on Trondheim’s anniversary in 1997, as a gift from the American descendants of Scandinavian emigrants. The statue commemorates all emigrants who left Norway to seek better prospects in the USA.
Trampe Bicycle Lift Trondheim is the first city in the world with a lift specifically designed for cyclists. The bicycle lift, developed in Trondheim, goes up the steep hill at Brubakken near Gamle Bybro, and it takes you from the bridge and almost all the way up to the Kristiansten Fort.
Trondheim Science Centre (No: Vitensenteret i Trondheim) is located in the Kongens gate area of Trondheim, Norway. Trondheim Science Centre is a scientific hands-on experience center which disseminates popular science to the general public. The science center offers many activities in addition to the exhibitions.
Trøndelag Folk Museum Sverresborg is an open air museum with more than 80 historical buildings, several indoor exhibitions, and two restaurants. The museum’s old town is comprised of buildings that were originally located in downtown Trondheim, and offers a charming representation of the wooden houses that have dominated the cityscape from the 18th century up until today.
Waisenhuset i Trondheim er en bygning som ligger Kongsgårdsgata 2 i Midtbyen i Trondheim, rett ved siden av Vestfronten på Nidarosdomen. Waisenhuset (Waisen, som på tysk betyr foreldreløs) er en av Trondheims eldste sosiale institusjoner, og allerede fra 1732 hadde foreldreløse barn både skoleplass og boplass her.