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university museum is under going a big renovation and is closed till 2018 so was only able to walk around the grounds/gardens which unfortunately was to early to be in bloom, but could see that they would be lovely at the right time
The garden is adjacent to the University Museum. Entry to the garden is free. It is a relatively small garden, but worth a visit by plant plant enthusiasts generally, and is a pleasant and tranquil area in which to sit. In late May, the azaleas...More
The building is absolutely stunning and the museum is over all very interesting in my opinion. They have a huge collection of animals and a lot of informative stuff to read. I believe the whale section of the museum will be closed for some time,...More
The Natural History Collections have a huge and exciting collection of animals, both from the Norwegian fauna and from exotic corners of the world. The Museum has maintained its original 1800s’ exhibition style, which creates a special atmosphere and bears witness to a time when...More
An excellent experience, the place is a museum within a museum. The layout is really old style, just as you would expect a century ago. This is not true for the entire museum, but from the attendants I understood some of the collections are preserved...More
As another reviewer mentioned, the Natural History Collections are great for a rainy day. And it rains a lot in Bergen. I stopped in here on my last (rainy) day in Bergen. This is an excellent collection of natural artifacts. A real mish-mash which I...More
I stopped in because I love museums. And as a further incentive, any students get in free, but the 50nok entrance fee was very reasonable anyway. I was surprised by how great this museum was, an amazing range of diversity in the zoological collection, and...More