Norwegian Canning Museum Overview
Another one of the unique places to visit in Stavanger Norway is the Norwegian Canning Museum. Having an appearance that dates back to the times of World War I, this structure used to be one of the 70 canneries in Stavanger, and has now been turned into a museum. Home to many interesting exhibits that showcase the process of the fishing and processing of Norwegian sardines from the late 1870s to the mid-1950s, the museum also shows how these tiny fish became the most important export products of the country.

One of the major attractions here is a single machine that was manufactured in Germany in the 1930s. This machine was known to pack the sardine cans in greaseproof paper, attach a key as well as put a label on it. For children, the museum offers them a chance to dress up as cannery workers and indulge in the Norwegian waffles at the in-house café.

Location: Øvre Strandgate 88, 4005 Stavanger, Norway

Timing: 10:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.

Entry fee: INR 800 approximately
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