Kjelsåsveien 143, 0491 Oslo, Norway
The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology in Oslo, is an educational institution with collections, exhibitions, publications and other activities. The museum’s objective is to demonstrate the implications of progress in science, technology, industry and medicine, socially and culturally, through the ages. Through its collections and exhibits the museum chronicles the development of Norway from an agrarian society to a complex industrial society. The museum contains permanent exhibitions on transport and aviation, Norwegian industrial history, energy and electricity, music machines, the oil, gas and plastics, wood and metal industries, clocks and watches, calculating machines and computers, as well as a science centre. The most recent addition to the museum is the National Museum of Medicine.
Many interesting things to see, for adults as well as for kids. And not only to set but to be part of it as well. But 50 euros for 4-member family is a quite high fee to pay.
Great place for both adults and kids! Many interesting facts about stuff that also is connected with the history of Norway. Really recommend it, and the gift shop is a plus 😊
There isn't much science in it. Nothing interesting. Only a lot of screaming little kids. If you have a 3yo, yes, come here. If you are actually interested in science this is NOT the place for you
Pros: Super place for adults and children. Lots of interesting stuff and greatly displayed. Going back for sure! Con: Lot of the displayed items does not have English translation to the displayed information, which is in Norwegian.