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The Best Specialty Museums in Trondheim

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Specialty museums in Trondheim

Ringve Museum , Trondheim
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Ringve Museum is Norway's national museum for music and musical instruments, with collections from all over the world.
Rockheim , Trondheim
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Enter the time tunnel here and find out more about the history of Norwegian pop and rock music at Rockheim. Start from the "Top Box"--the mai
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Duration: 2 hours
The picturesque city of Trondheim is Norway's third-largest, located on the north shore of the Trondheim Fjord at the mouth of the River Nidelva. The city is steeped in history, innovative art, innovative technologies, and strong green initiatives.As a progressive city with vibrant city life, Trondheim still carries the heart of a small town as well. Soak up the rich history of the Nidaros Cathedral, which boasts a remarkable Gothic facade and an astonishing past dating back to the 11th century. Discover Bryggerekka, the most photogenic area in Trondheim. It is a ring of old wharf buildings along both sides of the Nidelva, the oldest of which dates from the 18th century.Walk through Gamle Bybro and explore the view of the 18th-century wooden wharfs that line the river Nidelva. Discover the bird’s eye viewpoint over the city at Kristiansten Fortress, built to protect the city in the 17th century. Trondheim is a true sight, to be discovered at each step of the way.
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The Norwegian National Museum of Justice, 'Norsk Rettsmuseum', is a public museum of penal justice and law enforcement in Trondheim, Norway.

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Where to stay in Trondheim

One of Norway’s major cities, Trondheim offers a wide range of accommodations. As with any Norwegian city, it’s easy to find the high-end hotels with big price tags in the city’s historical center. With a student population of roughly 25,000, the town also caters to more budget-conscious travelers with a fair number of options. Look for reasonably priced hostels near the university. If you’re not opposed to roughing it the way Norwegians love to, check out one of the many campsites in the city’s outskirts. You'll still have access to the city thanks to the local buses that run regularly.
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