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Travel Europe: This most popular attraction list for Bergen is provided by the official tourist information office in Bergen.
Getting information and preparing your travels is more and more important as there is so much to see and do in Europe. Prepare yourself and don’t miss the best in Bergen.
Most popular tourist attractions in Bergen:
- Bryggen in Bergen, Bergen
Building tradition dating back almost 900 years. Center of Bergen. 60 meters from the Fish Market in Bergen.
- Fish Market in Bergen, Bergen
Visit the famous fish market in Bergen.
- Floibanen Funicular, Bergen
Magnificent views over the surroundings islands. Numerous paths offer easy walks through beautiful woodland terrain.
- Bergen Aquarium, Bergen
Seals and penguins playing in the large pools welcome you to the Aquarium that has as one of Europe’s largest collections of fish and invertebrates.
- Bergen Cable Car Ulriken, Bergen
Highest mountain in Bergen. Great for hiking. Ulriken Mountain Café is open when the cable-car is running.
- Troldhaugen, Bergen
Troldhaugen – the home of Nina and Edvard Grieg is one of the great tourist attractions in Norway. Today Troldhaugen is a living museum, consisting of the Edvard Grieg Museum, the house, the composer’s cabin, the tomb and Troldsalen.
- Bergen Art Museum, Bergen
Includes The City Art Collections, Stenersens Collection and Rasmus Meyers Collection. Center of Bergen.
- Hanseatic Museum, Bergen
The Hanseatic Museum is situated in one of the old trade houses at Bryggen. The museum has old interiors from the 18th and 19th centuries.
- Bryggens Museum, Bergen
The archeological excavations of Bryggen.
- Fantoft Stave Church, Bergen
The old stave church at Fantoft, originally built in Fortun in Sogn in 1150 and moved to Fantoft in 1883. Rebuilt after a fire.
- Haakonshallen, Bergen
The largest and most imposing building of the royal residency in the 13th-century.
- Bergen Museum (Natural History), Bergen
Large ancient zoological collection including whales. Botanical and geological exhibitions. Botanical garden.
- Old Bergen Museum, Bergen
Open air museum with more than 40 wooden houses, representative of the Bergen architecture in the 18th and 19th centuries. The houses have interiors from the 18th, 19th and the 20th centuries, and give picture of life in a small town with its dwellings, different shops, baker, barber, dentist, photographer etc.
- Bergen Art Hall, Bergen
- Schotstuene, Bergen
Jakobsfjorden and Bellgaarden, in the middle, is presenting the period before 1702. To the right is the copy of Svensgaarden, from 1708. The third room, Bredsgaarden, has to a large extent been kept in its original conditions from 1709, but was completely rebuilt in 1761.
- West Norway Museum of Applied Arts, Bergen
Exhibitions of arts, craft and design.
- Bergen Museum (Cultural History), Bergen
Cultural and historical material, with particular reference to Western Norway; Fine collections from prehistoric and medieval times to the present
- Rosenkrantz Tower, Bergen
Rosenkrantz Tower dates back to medieval times. Combined residence and fortified tower to Bergen.