Stavanger Maritime Museum Overview
Stavanger has always been a city of seafarers. Right from its early days, the city has experienced a boon owing to the maritime industry. From fishing fleets to petroleum, there is a lot that the city owes to the maritime industry. And this is what has been exhibited at the Stavanger Maritime Museum. The monument traces the business and industries of the city, which dates back to the fishing of herrings and building of ships in the 1800s, to becoming the oil capital of Norway in recent times.

At the museum, you can find intricately crafted models of transatlantic liners and working boats. You can also see the actual interiors and artefacts of these boats, which have been dismantled, and tell a great deal about the rich history of this land. The museum also has an authentic sail loft which was in operation until the 1980s.

Location: Strandkaien 22, 4005 Stavanger, Norway

Timing: 11:00 a.m. to 03:00 p.m.

Entry fee: INR 600 to INR 800 approximately
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