Exhibitions

Continous change exhibition NTNU University Museum
NEW EXHIBITION OPENS 15 NOVEMBER 2015:
Continuous change - From the ice age to the future

Noas ark. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
FROM BUTTERFLIES TO THE SIBERIAN TIGER: 
The Ark

The deep sea Fish Photo: NTNU University Museum

WHAT CREATURES LURK BENEATH THE SURFACE?
Explore the deep sea

The Trøndelag diorama Photo: Kari Dahl

LOCAL BIRDLIFE:
The Trøndelag diorama

         

Photo: Carl-Eric Eriksson, Trondheim Municipality
THE MUSEUM'S FOYER EXHIBITION 3.5 - 28.8. 2016
Trondheim City Square through a thousand years

Middelalder i Trondheim. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
EXPERIENCE THE CITY AS IT WAS 800 YEARS AGO:
Medieval Trondheim

Midt-Norges forhistorie. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
FROM THE STONE AGE TO THE VIKING ERA:
Mid-Norway's prehistory

Humankind skull Photo: Åge Hojem
WHERE DO WE COME FROM?
A history of humankind

Nature and the Environment Photo: Kari Dahl

FROM THE COAST TO THE MOUNTAINS OF
MID-NORWAY: 
Nature and the environment

Opening hours

Mondays – closed 
Tuesdays – Friday: 10:00 – 16:00
Saturdays – Sunday: 11:00 – 16:00

 
 

Ticket prices:

  • Adults NOK 60
  • Senior citizens/concessions: NOK  30
    (67 years old or more) 
  • Children up to 18 years old: Free
  • Individuals providing assistance to disabled people: Free
  • NTNU Employees and students: Free
  • Teachers and kindergarten employees with groups: Free

How to get to the Museum

Open map (external page)

Accessibility

The NTNU University Museum has elevators in all buildings.

There are separate parking lots for disabled visitors by the entrances of all three buildings.

Transport
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.