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This museum in a centrally located historic building was very educational. It should not be missed. The other buildings and the view of the waterfront and ocean from Oslo are special too. Allow more than an hour to see all the exhibits.
Visited the museum as I am very interested in Second World War history. The museum has lots of very interesting exhibits to see and read and it is well laid out. It shows how much the Norwegian people fought and suffered during the war, allow...More
When my wife and I were planning our visit to Oslo in September, one place we both decided we HAD to visit was this museum. We were not disappointed. Located in the wonderfully maintained Akershus Fortress,this museum provides a extensive summary of Norwegian Resistance during...More
Take your time walking through this museum because the stories are amazing and tragic. It gives you a sense of what happened if you did an 'underground newspaper' or worked in the resistance in any way. In addition to stories, there are artifacts, recordings, and...More
I was in awe as I walked the corridors reading the history of Norways fight during WW2. I didn't know much about the relationship between England and Norway during WW2 but learnt a lot from the detailed narration under most of the artefacts and exhibits...More
This is a good museum which didn't take much time to go through (only about an hour), but was very interesting. Most of the exhibits had English translations, but there were a few with only Norwegian. Also some of the electronics didn't work, but overall...More