- Afghanistan - Hidden treasures
- Knowledge alarm
- Mid-Norway's Prehistory
- Nature and the Environment Exhibition
- Marine Ventures: Stone Age foragers in the seascapes of Norway and Tierra del Fuego
- Medieval Trondheim
- Ecclesiastical Furniture and Fittings and Art (Closed 12 April - September 18 2012)
- The Trøndelag Diorama
- The Stoplelei Wreck and the Dutch Period
The University Museum's exhibits centre around natural and cultural history topics. They are a central tool with which the museum has created a leading national environment for public outreach, featuring innovative ways to share knowledge of the natural world, culture, science and technology.
The museum features both permanent and visiting or temporary exhibitions. We are especially interested in engaging children and young adults with topics in science and technology that present ideas in a critical and engrossing way.
Students of all ages, from preschools to secondary schools, are welcomed to the museum's varied school programmes. The museum has grade-based and learning plan-based offerings associated with almost all of its permanent and temporary exhibitions.
The NTNU University Museum has elevators in all buildings.
There are separate parking lots for disabled visitors by the entrances of all three buildings.
The Museum is only a short walk from the main square in Trondheim. Open a map.
The tram Gråkallbanen stops outside Hospitalkirken (the "Hospital" Church) in the street Kongens gate.
Bus stops outside of the Hospital Church in the street Kongens gate and in the street Prinsens gate next to the movie theatre Prinsen Kino.
Parking in the car park at Leüthenhaven.
Free parking in the area around the museum at weekends.
- Adults NOK 50
- Senior citizens / reduced NOK 30
- Children up to 18 years old: Free
- Companions of disabled person: Free
- NTNU Employees and students: Free
- Teachers and kindergarten employees with groups: Free
Valid from 4 September 2012.