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Nordnorsk Vitensenter, Tromso

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#5 of 14 in Childrens Museums in Norway
Observatory Museum
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Tromso is a major tourist destination in northern Norway and offers a range of accommodations. In the city center, take your pick from numerous hotels at varying prices and within walking distance to restaurants, nightlife, and tourist attractions. If you've come for the city's main attraction, the northern lights, check out a number of offbeat accommodations that bring you closer to nature. Consider staying in a cabin or fishermen’s cottage near the city, with a fjord or the sea as your backdrop. Alternatively, experience the local culture by renting a room from a family.
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  • A place to learn a lot about science, by playing and doing. For small and big kids a great place to learn, and enjoy. Also a nice planetarium.  more »
  • We were in Tromso for the weekend and thought we would check out the 'Science Centre'. We were sorely disappointed. It is great for families and we were surrounded by them. I feel the museum posed mor...  more »
  • Excellent place to go with kids, we could have spent so mich more time there. We will definitely go back again soon.  more »
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  • Nice compact science centre. Good indoor/bad weather option for families.
  • 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.
  • Great science show and exhibitions!
  • 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.