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Norway Resistance Museum, Oslo

Categories: Military Museums, History Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
Nestled within one of the city's most important defensive structures, Norway Resistance Museum commemorates the efforts of Norwegian citizens who fought back against the occupation by Nazi Germany during World War II. Visit the museum and get a taste of what life was like for ordinary people under the occupation between 1940 and 1945, and learn about the conditions that spurred the resistance movement to action. Follow the timeline from the German invasion through the Allied liberation through texts, photographs, personal belongings, and accounts of the resistance fighters themselves, all organized into themed displays. Our Oslo vacation builder makes visiting Norway Resistance Museum and other Oslo attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Within a large park, which was the first "City" so to speak, this museum shows a bit of weapons, uniforms and related tosqueiras Norway army since its early days. The Park, which was the old fortress town, and has a great view of the city and the fjord.
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  • Very descriptive museum in with English explanations. Movie when you first walk in. On a hill and overlooks water. 
  • Article about the resistance movement when it was occupied by Germany forces. Description of Norway Nazi party organizations and party leaders.
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  • It may be nice but today it was closed. Nothing on their website or at the door. Wasted 1h between finding the entrance and waiting. Ridiculous
  • Small, but very well done. It gives detailed accounts of the many actions that the resistance fighters took against the nazis
  • Worth the time and Energy.. While the view was stunning
  • Very interesting chronological exhibit of the Norwegian Occupation and Resistance efforts of WWII. Worth the visit.
  • Worth a visit
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