Exhibitions

Exhibitions

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  • Les mer om utstillingen Ulv-ulvCry wolf! 

    Get to know the Norwegian wolf – as a species and as a symbol, through 10 000 years.

  • Les mer om utstillingen Mannen i brønnenThe Man in the Well

    A skeleton was found in a well in the Sverresborg castle ruins. Was this the man described in Sverre's saga? See the skeleton with your own eyes!

     

  • Les mer om utstillingen Skjelettene snakker!The Skeleton speaks!

    Illness, violence, hard work and poverty leave their mark. But this evidence also provides a unique window into the lives of people in medieval Trondheim.

     

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)

The Man in the well

Til side om Manenn i brønnen. Foto: Åge Hojem, NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet
From the ruins at Sverresborg:
The Man in the well

Medieval Trondheim

Middelalder i Trondheim. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
Experience the city as i was 800 years ago:
Medieval Trondheim

The Ark

Stuffed tiger and bear. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
FROM BUTTERFLIES TO THE SIBERIAN TIGER: 
The Ark

1760

The deep sea

Young girl in the sea exhibition. Photo: NTNU University Museum

WHAT CREATURES LURK BENEATH THE SURFACE?
Explore the deep sea

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Til side om kirkeruiner. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
Exhibition in Krambugata:
Church ruins

The skeletons speak

Life leave marks on bones:
The skeleton speak

Mid-Norway's prehistory

Photo from the prehistory exhibition. Foto Åge Hojem / NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet.
From the stone age to the viking era:
Mid-Norway's prehistory

Comb jellies

Picture of the comb jellie Euplokamis dunlapae. Foto: Erling Svensen
Hidden beauties and voracious predators:
Comb jellies

The Trøndelag Diorama

Western capercaillie. Photo: Kari Dahl

LOCAL BIRDLIFE:
The Trøndelag diorama

Humankind

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

The lunch room

The lunch room

Take a little break in our cozy lunch room in the basement under our exhibitions. Here you can eat food and drink you have brought with you. The room is located near the toilets and wardrobe.

How to get to the Museum

How to get to the Museum


The exhibitions and main reception are in "Gunnerushuset".

 

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. 

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.