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Norsk Fjordsenter

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Nice place for a coffee

Nice place to go for a coffee and a waffle you have to help yourself to your coffee out of a coffee... read more

Reviewed September 11, 2018
Richard201460
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Somerset, United Kingdom
Informative museum about local fjord life

Situated alongside the Union Hotel, and the spectacular waterfall rushing down to the fjord, this... read more

Reviewed August 20, 2018
DavidNAustralia
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Australia
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World Heritage center. Historical Exhibition, cafè and souvenir shop.
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Geiranger, Geiranger, Stranda 6216, Norway
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

People kept telling us we should see the nature museum. I was thinking stuffed moose and squirrel. But we had an hour to kill, so why not. What we found was a very cool living history museum inside of the building. It takes you on...More

Thank BandPBliss
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Informative and nicely set up. I thought the whole museum was very interesting. It does a nice job of showing early life on the fjord to present day . It only takes about 45 mins, and it is worth the visit.

Thank vertigo1999
Reviewed September 11, 2018

Nice place to go for a coffee and a waffle you have to help yourself to your coffee out of a coffee machine a bit more expensive than down the bottom of the hill.

Thank Richard201460
Reviewed September 6, 2018 via mobile

The centre is clean and smart. The visit starts with a 5 minute slide show which is supposed to tell you what it is like in the fours seasons it did not achieve that The exhibits are fine but not that interesting. If you are...More

Thank RClegg
Reviewed September 4, 2018 via mobile

We are on a group tour and on our free afternoon we visited the museum. Watch the movie and see this area in all its splendor throughout the year, excellent photography! I also found the entire museum very informative of early life here and how...More

Thank Lisa S
Reviewed August 23, 2018 via mobile

A must see in Geirenger. This museum shows all there is to know about this place - human life, animal, plants & rocks - in one very smart arrangement. You won’t need much time to view it (not more than 40 min or so). Very...More

Thank Maria M
Reviewed August 23, 2018 via mobile

The museum is situated at next to Fossevandring waterfall. You can reach it by climbing the stairs next to the waterfall or walk dangerously along the hairpin road. The museum tells the history of Geiranger and Norway in general. A small section is about the...More

Thank AbelWei
Reviewed August 20, 2018

Situated alongside the Union Hotel, and the spectacular waterfall rushing down to the fjord, this small but well put together museum provides a historical insight into early life around the fjord. It covers particularly well the difficult life of the small farmers and the risk...More

Thank DavidNAustralia
Reviewed August 17, 2018 via mobile

The museum is very well planned for most all ages. The exhibits are interesting, well planned out, and give one an excellent understanding of the geology of the area and the history of the settlements over the last thousand-plus years. There is an excellent slide...More

Thank Lyn C
Reviewed August 8, 2018

We walked to this attraction from the port via the waterfalls. It was a beautiful day so we fully enjoyed the walk. The center was disappointing as we expected a more educational experience, one providing more information about the fjords. The souvenir shop did not...More

Thank Sarracenia
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Yes and its a beautiful walk, will take you about 20 minutes.
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