- From the days of the Vikings, Norway has been a seafaring nation. The country's nautical history is displayed at the Norwegian Maritime Museum. Polar explorer Roald Amundsen's other ship, Gjøa, is moored at the quay outside and can be visited during the summer. Norway's oldest boat, a 2200-year-old Bronze age log boat is exhibited now. Just a few meters from the Fram and Kon-Tiki museums, Norsk maritimt museum is open from 1030 am - 4 pm in winter and 10 am - 6 pm between 15 May and 31 August. Admission is NOK 40 for adults, 25 for students and seniors and free for children under 16.
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