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Norwegian Canning Museum, Stavanger
Categories: History Museums, Specialty Museums, Museums
Walk through the 12-step production process of canning sardines and fish balls at Norwegian Canning Museum. This trade was the leading source of income for locals between 1890 and 1960. One of the seven departments of the Stavanger Museum, this charming attraction was established in 1975. The machinery and tools are consistent with those that would have been used in the 1920s, and are still in working order. Upstairs you'll find a collection of can label designs. As exhibits are not labeled, be sure to grab a brochure at the entrance or take a guided tour. Stop by the gift shop on the way out for some canned sardines for the road. Our Stavanger trip builder makes visiting Norwegian Canning Museum and other Stavanger attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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当時の缶詰工場がそのまま博物館になっている珍しい博物館でした。街の産業の中心であった缶詰を作る工程が良くわかりました。展示されている魚は本物ではありませんでした。It was a rare Museum canning plant at that time has become the Museum. We found better during the making of canned goods were at the center of the industrial city. Fish on display was not genuine.show original
While walking around Stavanger we came to the Canning Museum so popped in for a look to learn a little more about the humble sardine which by the way I eat quite a few . Found it all very interesting,... read more »
En reise tilbake i tid og som gir et godt innblikk i hvor stor og betydningsfull hermetikkindustri var i Stavanger. Hermetikkmuseet ligger i Gamle Stavanger som er en severdighet i seg selv med sin fl... read more »A journey back in time and that gives a good idea of how big and important the canned goods industry was in Stavanger. Canning Museum is located in Old Stavanger as is a sight in itself with its beautiful wooden houses, views and proximity to the port and city. You get to see different production machines as well as to follow the whole production line from the sardines were caught to canning. Tastings at the Museum:) Is recommended.show original
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