The deep sea pictures

The deep sea Fish Photo: NTNU University Museum

The deep sea

What creatures lurk beneath the surface?

The deep sea

Due to preparation for the opening of BODY WORLDS Vital the 6th of June, the last chance to see The deep sea will be April 30th. The exhibition will reopen in the fall.

Were you aware that giant squids have drifted ashore in Mid-Norway? 

In this exhibition we explore various organisms living in the sea and finds from the wreck The Pearl. The ship, a frigate, sank in a storm off Norwegian waters in 1781.  Its wreck was discovered in the 1970s and subsequently explored by marine archaeologists.

The exhibition houses a large artificial aquarium with models of both common and rare species of fish. The model of out giant squid hangs suspended from the ceiling and is over 9 meters long! You will also get the opportunity to see photos of the specimen collected, giant squid beaks, and a preserved tentacle. 

The deep sea pictures

The deep sea Fish Photo: NTNU University Museum

The deep sea Giant squid beak Photo: NTNU University Museum

Where to find the exhibition

Where to find the exhibition

NTNU Gunnerius

You can find the exhibition on the ground floor of the Gunnerus building, at Kalvskinnet Campus, Trondheim. 

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Ticket prices

Ticket prices

  • Adults - NOK 120
  • Children (6-16), students, seniors - NOK 70
  • Children under 6 - Free
  • Family, group with children and adults, max. 5 people - NOK 325
  • Groups with 10 people or more, when tickets purchased together - NOK 110/60
  • School classes /preschools with teacher, student groups with teacher - Free
  • Individuals providing assistance - Free
  • ICOM, Ecsite, Norwegian Museum Association members - Free

Annual passes

  • Students - NOK 200
  • Senior - NOK 200
  • Adults - NOK 350
  • Family - NOK 950 (group with children and adults, max. 5 people)