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Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, Oslo

Categories: Science Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.4/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web
At Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology, see how people's lives changed thanks to the developments in science, industry, and medicine. The museum features over 20 exhibits that illustrate the progress of Norwegian society from agrarian to industrial. Among old locomotives, planes, cars, calculating machines, clocks, and watches, look for the first SAS jet, the first car that belonged to a prime minister, and the first Norwegian computer. Learn about the human body, physical phenomena, and the universe at the science center, which features both a robot area and a planetarium. When you get tired, refresh with some coffee and a slice of cake or ice cream at the cafe. The museum also contains a library and historical archives. With our international travel planner, Oslo attractions like Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology 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.
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  • Here there is something for everyone, and educational Intresangt.. Sunday in the fall holiday season says himself that well there are a lot of people, but it was no problem, only thing was parking and in kafféen, where one must calculate some extra time. Really worth a visit
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  • We have been at the technical museum several times, but this time we were a little disappointed. It was a modification of the time, and that is understandable, but it does something with the actual experience. Especially since it did not come clearly stated on the home page, and we come from out of town. It should have stood on the first page of the site. We had been aware of this, we had maybe gotten a different experience or selected something else that day. We spent some time in the games section, where it lacked something to sit on for us adults. One pair of benches had done. It was and several things that did not work, and no personnel in sight one could contact. Only the personnel we saw was when we paid the ticket. Hope this experience was the exception, because we've been there like I said several times before and had fine experiences.
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  • I recommend a visit to this museum. We were with the kids and not found and indeed were interesting all ... a lot of interesting facts from the life of current and former ...
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  • Must visit! Expand your knowledge about science and technology. Recommended place in Oslo if you have children. Quite far from city centre but it is easy to reach using public transportation.
  • Really great science centre for kids. The science show is a must. Easily ends up being a full day for a family.
  • The best technical museum in Norway. There are a lot to do and see here. Just stay away from the overpriced giftshop. Make the kids take pictures and then teach them to buy from ebay later. ;-)
  • Great place for kids. They have the possibility to try a lot of interesting things.
  • Visited when the Game On was featured. Games from all eras. Very decent collection of games and consoles.
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