Visiting the two ships was amazing. Seeing where Amundsen and his team was living. The interactive installations and videos was also good.
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Well worth visiting when you take the bus trip to the end of the Route 30. This and the Kon-Tiki museum on the other side of the road are both worth a visit individually, having them side-by-side make the trip unmissable
I have been to 6-7 museums in Oslo and this was the best one. Full of history on exploration, science, great videos, artifacts and everthing else. If you love anything about the poles or polar expedition stories, this is going to be great 1,5 hour...More
At the Fram Museum you can come on board the ship and see how the crew and their dogs managed to survive in the coldest and most dangerous places on earth - the Arctic and the Antarctic. The Fram Museum also has a polar simulator...More
A very informative museum. Sometimes I just wander around at museums and pretend to be paying attention, but this one had my attention. There was a story to be told about these early Arctic explorers, and they did an excellent job at telling that story. ...More