Free transport &. Entrance fees with Bergen Card, friendly staff and share information. Not much things to see.
Like many others we had high hopes for this place, but it was a bit underwhelming. The price of the bus fare was as munch as the entrance fee of the museum, which made this visit a very costly one in comparison to what you got out of it in return. The site was very nice though with many people... More
This was our second visit to Gamle Bergen museum and it did not fail to satisfy. The way the houses have been restored with the original paintwork and wallpapers and artefacts were delightful to see. You could definitely get a sense of what life was like for a variety of Norwegian folks people. The occupants ranged from bakers, umbrella shop... More
This is one of my favourite places in Bergen! It's like going back to the past, to a 200 years old village. Between May and September you can pay for a guided tour, getting inside some of the houses, like the old bakery - you get to know many nice stories and it's fun even for the kids. Even when... More
Gamle Bergen in my hometown Bergen is one of my favorite photo locations. In the 19th century, Bergen was Europe’s largest city consisting of wooden houses, and its busy, steep and densely built-up streets, squares and alleyways gave it a unique character. Old Bergen is a reconstructed town with approx. 50 wooden houses from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.... More
Gamle Bergen is a wonderful open air museum with quite a number of houses open to vistitors. You get a real feel for how people lived in the early 1900s. There is a phamacy, a dentist, peoples home a lovely duck pond all with a view over the fjord of Bergen. We live near Bergen and this is one of... More
Beautifully restored old houses with furnishings, costumed actors, and scenes from various periods of Bergen's history in a scenic setting. The lit candles and fires in the fireplaces on a typically damp day were particularly pleasant.
After paying 70nok pp, you enter a steep road with some typical houses. There's only one you can really enter, the bakery After that there's a colonial house with a nice shop with probably imported goods, which is CLOSED! There's an old school, which is CLOSED! There were no workshops ore anything of that sort. Then you think you can... More
This is a "living" museum which makes you feel how people lived long ago. Some of the buildings were locked and could only see in through the windows which was a pity but the overall experience was great!
We had high hopes and got there earlier than they opened so we spent some time looking around and examining a model while we waited. Once we were in and had bought our tickets we found that there were only 3 houses open, with glass barriers so that you couldn't really go inside and no people to talk to. It... More
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