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Romsdal Museum, Molde
(4.4/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • One fantastic museum-modern and exciting for all ages. Nice people who work there. Possible to meet many animals that belong to the Museum.
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  • Romsdal Museum has this year opened its new management-/utstillings-/and activity building, Crown. The architecture is exciting and should illustrate the peaks on the other side of the Romsdal fjord. It is used three as, and hovedmateriale the building is tastefully decorated. showroom, workshop where they produce the area's national costume, a small café, library and auditorium for lectures and other events. In addition, the Museum area, with the old buildings, well maintained. It is atmospheric with its duck pond and inviting to all seasons. Major concerts are held during the Molde International Jazz festival, where great artists. Sting, has acted. Here is also a first class restaurant in the "exhibition hall", and those who want to can marry in the old and romantic Church on site. Leika ring (children dancing folk dancing) is acting in the course of the summer for tourists. Here comes both old and young, the city's residents and tourists throughout the year. The Museum is centrally located and is easily available in the city and is a great recreational area for big and small.
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  • Norwegian Folk Museum, where typical ancient Norwegian lodges (BTW, similar to our village, only roofs covered with turf and overgrown grass-from the rain). You can just walk around, breathe the air, it is possible to get acquainted with the culture and lifestyle of the Norwegians. There are cafes where you can have a quick meal.
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  • Trivelig sted å vandre omkring på.
  • The museum is definitely worth visiting since lots of traditional norwegian houses are represented here.
  • Amazing building. Lucky to met the director for a private visit of the building. Congratulation to the Architect !! ;)
  • Modern new build
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  • Nice place to spassere on a nice day
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