Hurtigruten Museum celebrates 1 year

23 August 2022

The new Hurtigruten Museum turns 1 year old on 28 August. It is celebrated with family day at the museum, discounted tickets and activities for children.

Almost a year ago, the Hurtigruten Museum opened in a new guise. And it’s been quite a year! If you have not yet visited the museum and MS Finnmarken, you have a good opportunity on 28 August.

There will be discounted entrance tickets for adults and free entrance for children, and good prices on annual passes throughout the year. In addition, Bædi & Børdi to guide the little ones around the museum. Cake, coffee, sausages, and juices are also served.

Read more about the program and activities here.

Welcome to the Hurtigruten Museum on August 28th!

Explore the Hurtigruten Museum:

Hurtigruten Museum

A monument to Norway’s Transport history: Visit the bridge, engine room and cabins on the Finnmarken express route (1956) in its iconic barley. Feel the atmosphere in the lounges from the steamship Finmarken (1912). Activities for children and families. Hurtigruta’s importance is told in modern exhibitions. Food and drinks are served in the dining room anno 1956. Welcome aboard!

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