Viking Ship Museum Overview
Set on Oslo's Bygdoy Peninsula, the Viking Ship Museum (Vikingskipshuset) houses a broad collection of Viking-period antiques found around Oslo Fjord. The gallery is most popular for its Viking ships, which have been carefully remade and richly shown in perfect white displays.

The brilliant vessels, underlying the ninth century, were utilized for both sea intersections and entombment customs. Additionally in plain view are sledges, beds, wood carvings, grave products, and containers. The fundamental fascination here is the Oseberg Ship, unearthed from an entombment hill in Tonsberg.

Watch out for the three 10th century Viking-age longboats, which were unearthed in Southern Norway following quite a while of being covered in peat. View the Gokstad Viking Ship, a very much saved Viking transport worked around AD 890 that has been built deliberately for the entombment of affluent Vikings.

Location: Huk Aveny 35, 0287 Oslo, Norway, 0287
Highlights: Oseberg Ship, Gokstad Viking Ship and others.
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