By visiting the lower level of this museum, you can visualize the way that Bergan’s wharf looked like in the 1100s, and learn about the succession of fires that burned down the waterfront on several occasions. There is signage in both Norwegian and English, and description booklets in other languages. The upper two levels of the museum are temporary art exhibits. You can see everything in less than an hour. It closes at 4 pm. Tickets are reasonably priced and kids are free. There is also a cafe inside.
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