Welcome back to the NTNU University Museum

Welcome back to the NTNU University Museum!

The museum shop and the exhibitions are now open to the public. The museum has put measures in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The elevator in the Gunnerus building (Gunnerushuset) at the museum is being replaced and will therefore be out of operation from week 31 to week 46. This means that visitors who are dependent upon elevator can only see the exhibitions on the 1st floor and the medieval exhibition in the Suhm building (Suhmhuset). Unfortunately, at the present moment we cannot facilitate parking of strollers and buggies, neither indoors nor outdoors. Even though the elevator will be inaccessible, the cloakroom, toilets and all our exhibitions will be accessible via stairs. HC toilet with changing table is available in the Suhm building. We will do our best to limit the amount of noise or disruption to our visitors throughout construction. At times the workers may be seen in the exhibitions. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

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  • Mannsringer fra Gimse i Melhus Photo Åge Hojem NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet

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    Archaeological and cultural history objects from the Stone, Bronze and Iron Ages, the Middle Ages and more recent times, mostly found in Central Norway.

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Opening Hours

Opening Hours

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

 
 
Overview of NTNU University Museum

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Our exhibitions

Foto: Åge Hojem, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet
Our exhibitions

Natural and cultural history


Ringve botanical garden

Hovedbygningen på Ringve. Foto: Ane S. Guldahl.
Ringve botanical garden

Open every day of the year


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Stipendiat Heidi M. Breivik med steinaldergjenstand. Foto: Geir Mogen / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
Our collections

Natural and cultural history


Shop and Café