Nature and the Environment Exhibition

Nature and the Environment Photo: NTNU University Museum

Nature and the Environment Exhibition

From coast to mountains in Mid-Norway

Nature and the Environment Exhibition

In this exhibition about Nature in Norway, the University Museum displays a selection from its extensive botanical and zoological collections. We portray various typical environments found in Norway, concentrating on the mid-section of the country. 

Can you identify any Norwegian birds by their coat of feathers? How does the inside of a lair look like?

Gain insight into Norway’s diverse wildlife and ecosystem through examples of animals and flora. The exhibition covers two floors. The ground level shows the forest, sea life and shore. The first floor depicts the mountains, moss, lichen, and vascular plants. 

Nature and Environment

Nature and the Environment Photo: NTNU University Museum

Nature and the Environment Photo: Kari Dahl

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

The museum exhibitions are currently closed from 1st to 8th of June, due to local Covid-19 restrictions. The museum shop is still open monday through friday, from 10 AM to 4 PM.
  • Adults - NOK 100
  • Children (6-16), students, seniors - NOK 60
  • Children under 6 - Free
  • Family, group with children and adults, max. 5 people - NOK 300
  • Groups with 10 people or more, when tickets purchased together - NOK 90/50
  • School classes /preschools with teacher, student groups with teacher - Free
  • Individuals providing assistance to those with disabilities - Free
  • ICOM, Ecsite, Norwegian Museum Association members - Free

Annual passes

  • Students - NOK 180
  • Senior - NOK 180
  • Adults - NOK 300
  • Family - NOK 900 (group with children and adults, max. 5 people)