Old Bergen Museum Overview
Opened for the public in the year 1946, the Old Bergen Museum was constructed in an effort to protect the historical buildings of Bergen. During the 19th century, Bergen had mainly wooden buildings that were vulnerable to fire outbreaks. In order to preserve the old culture of the city, the old Bergen Museum came into existence.

Now, it overlooks the preservation of 55 such wooden homes. Located in the Sandviken, you can now explore the 19th century and take in the magnificent architecture that was prominent in that era. On the carefully designed roads, you will find the original houses that reflect the history of Bergen. Furthermore, the museum also organizes events that offer more information about the bygone era in an effort to educate the tourists about the long-lost culture.

Location: Elsesro, Nyhavns Veien 4, 5042 Bergen
Timing: Closed for the season
Entry fee: NOK 120 per adult
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