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Nordnorsk Vitensenter, Tromso

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  • Fabulous great room. Even better than VilVite in Bergen, although both are impeccable. Fun and educational for small and large.
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  • The place is recommended for everyone, but especially for young knowledge hungrige, curious people. Here you get tested responsiveness, physical laws and test out the power of a learning-based way. The site welcomes birthday party as a good place to put the celebration of the birthday.
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  • And get off at the stop called Uit/pranetariat, about 15 minutes from the city centre bus stop is before the eyes. (Easy to understand because the rounded roof of the Planetarium. ) Science Museum has lots of hands-on exhibits, science to adults do it, had some game on TV Tokyo friend and it was. Every day is from 1315 and 1515. You can see pictures of the Aurora takes about 30 minutes. Would look good with only video encounters in on a Northern Lights tour, power up there is so. Planetarium, as seen on TV screen than closer to real. Cafe space and views are nice, but food is about sells a bit of ice cream and pastry shop. You can buy in 20 nok at the vending machine coffee or latte. May be using in Tromso University in next to the cafe, including re-entry to the Museum is free, so I do not have.
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  • The sciencecentre is cool for Kids and adults. The aurora borealis video they are showing, is viewed in a special room. You are able to make your own parachute soldier of a piece of wood and som scrap plastic, but you can try it on the roof with a Canon. The science devices are not all functioning, because they are ruined by other people after much use and wear. Kind personel.
  • Worth a visit; great 360° Aurora Borealis show in the planetarium film room and interesting stuff to play with, also for kids. 9/10
  • Visit from Queen Mary, University of London in a group of 18. They put on an extra show for our group of Physics students.
  • It is perfect to go with children. It has a 360 film included with the entry
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  • Great interactive Science Museum on the outskirts of Tromsø. It takes about 15/20 minutes by direct bus from the Center and has Planetarium and lots of things to learn about science.
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