About NTNU University Museum

About NTNU University Museum

The NTNU University Museum is a Natural and Cultural History museum located at Kalvskinnet in Trondheim. Ringve botanical garden is also part of the museum.

The Museum also includes the Department of Natural History, the Department of Archeology and Cultural History and The National Laboratory for Age Determination. Our scientific collections, long-term series and the material from archaeological excavation are often the starting point for research. The NTNU University Museum is responsible for cultural heritage management in Central Norway. This involves archaeological investigations, conservation and preservation of objects.

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Museum director

Hans K. Stenøien
Museum Director, Professor
stenoien@ntnu.no
+47-73592284
+47-91897592

Our mission

Our mission

The NTNU University Museum will develop and share knowledge about nature, culture and science as the basis for sustainable development. The Museum will safeguard and manage its scientific collections and capitalize on them through research, public outreach and education.

Strategic Plan 2017-2021 "Science in the Centre"

Collections plan 2018 -2025