Kon Tiki Museum Overview
This great museum is abode to about 8000 books in its library and vessels and maps from the Kon-Tiki expedition. It opened its door to the public in 1949. The vessels nestling at this museum were used by Norwegian explorer Thor Heyerdahl in some of the great sea voyages in modern history.

An underwater exhibition that showcases fishes and sharks under the Kon-Tiki raft is also a great part to explore. For the people who would love to dive into the cultural Tiki pop culture, there is a small Tiki-themed exhibition to experience the same. Tiki merchandise is also available in the museum shop.

For the youngest visitors of the museum, the Kon-Tiki and Ra exhibitions include stories that are known to feature Johannes the Crab and Safi the Monkey.

Location: Bygdøynesveien 36, 0286 Oslo, Norway
Highlights: Thor Heyerdahl’s famous legacy, Heyerdahl’s life’s work, from his first trip to Fatu Hiva, to the voyages with the Kon-Tiki, and more.

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