Trondheim Museum of Fine Arts

Jewish Museum in Trondheim opened its doors in May 1997. Jews began to settle in Trondheim in 1880, after the change of the Norwegian constitution in 1851, granting Jews permission to settle in Norway.

Trondheim Maritime Museum

Jewish Museum in Trondheim opened its doors in May 1997. Jews began to settle in Trondheim in 1880, after the change of the Norwegian constitution in 1851, granting Jews permission to settle in Norway.

Rustkammeret

Forsvarsmuseet Rustkammeret er et museum, som vektlegger Trøndelags militære historie. I tillegg tar utstillingene for seg hjemmestyrkenes aktivitet i regionen under andre verdenskrig. Rustkammeret som begrep stammer fra middelalderens borger og slott. Rustkammeret var det rommet hvor blankvåpen, rustninger og etter hvert håndskytevåpen ble lagret og reparert. Forsvarsmuseet Rustkammeret som museum kan føres tilbake til den historiske våpensal, innredet 1826 …

Norwegian National Museum of Justice

The Norwegian National Museum of Justice has the task of documenting the output of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security of museological interest. The museum is funded through the state budget. Projects are also funded through partners. The museum is a foundation. Our key areas of interest are the courts, police, prosecutors, and the correctional services. The museum’s main …

Norwegian Museum of Deaf History and Culture

Norsk Døvemuseum is a museum in Trondheim, Norway. It is a department of Trøndelag Folkemuseum. The museum is located in Rødbygget, which was drawn by Chr. H. Grosch. It was the first neo-gothic building in Trondheim, built in 1855. The museum was established in 1992, and rebuilt in 2009. Today the upper floors hold offices, and a café is found …

National Museum of Decorative Arts

The national museum of decorative arts and design. The museum hosts 4-5 temporary exhibitions annually, in addition to permanent displays covering the period from the 15th century to the modern day.

Museum of Natural History and Archaeology

Exhibits on natural history, archeology and cultural history. Great exhibition brings the medieval city Trondheim to life with rich finds from excavations. Cafe and museum shop with a wide range of souvenirs. The archaeological displays feature finds from the stone, bronze, iron and viking ages. A separate exhibit presents the development of Trondheim as a city in the middle ages, Sami culture, as well as church art and inventory …

The Crown Regalia

The Crown of Norway is on exhibit at the Archbishop’s Palace together with the Norwegian state regalia and crown jewels. The king’s crown was made for the coronation of King Charles III John in 1818. You find the Crown Regalia´s in the west wing of the Archbishop’s Palace. This breathtaking collection symbolises the Norwegian monarchy, which dates back more than …

The Archbishop´s Palace Museum

The pre-reformation home and administrative centre of the Norwegian Archbishops. In 1983 a fire destroyed two large wooden buildings in the Archbishops’ palace. A new museum was erected in their place, housing many of the most spectacular finds from the archaeological excavations on the site. Here you’ll also find the reminds of the Archbishop’s mint.

The Wharves

The oldest of the wharves and storehouses lining the river as it passes through the city were built in the 1700s. They appear today much as they did then. The wharves facing seawards are of slightly more recent construction. Most were erected during the 18- and 1900s.

The Royal Residence

Stiftsgården is the royal residence in Trondheim, Norway. It is centrally situated on the city’s most important thoroughfare, Munkegaten. With 140 rooms constituting 4000 m², it is possibly the largest wooden building in Northern Europe, and it has been used by royalty and their guests since 1800.

Rockheim

Rockheim er det nasjonale museet for populærmusikk. Rockheim skal samle inn, ta vare på og videreformidle norsk populærmusikk fra 1950-tallet og frem til i dag. Rockheim ligger på Brattørkaia i Trondheim.

Prosjekt 2021: Touch Me Not

Fra juni- august ved Olavskilden, Marinen Touch Me Not er en del av Prosjekt 2021, som er fem midlertidige kunstprosjekter i Midtbyen, i regi av NTNU, Trondheim kommune, og Midtbyen Management. Skulpturen Touch Me Not  står ved den historisk symbolske Olavskilden, bortgjemt plassert på et sted som berører. Den syntetiske lukten fra kuben inviterer deg til å undersøke og overveie; Kan …

Ladehammerfestivalen 2021

Ladehammerfestivalen skjer 27.-28.august 2021! Vi arrangerer for 11.gang på Ladehammeren i Trondheim gratis to-dagers festival! Som vanlig blir det kveldsarrangement fredag og lørdag, og familiearrangementet Barnehammern på dagtid lørdag. Informasjon om artister, billetter og mer kommer fortløpende fram mot festivalen. Har du spørsmål om smittevern eller andre ting, send en e-post til hei@ladehammerfestivalen.no

The Old Town Bridge

The first bridge here was built in 1681, to provide easy access from the city to Kristiansten Fortress. The current bridge was designed by Carl Adolf Dahl, and erected in 1861. It is known to locals as  “The portal of joy”.

Munkholmen

Munkholmen is an island in the Trondheim Harbour area, approximately 2 kilometres from the town centre. The island was originally named Nidarholm. During the Viking Age, this was a place where public executions were held. Munkholmen is also where the founder of Trondheim, Olav Tryggvason, put Kark’s and Håkon Earl’s heads on poles, after battling for kingdom and Christianity in …

Event Innlegg for Trondheim – Galleries

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Open day at Trondheim Museum

At Trondheim kunstmuseum (TKM) we show both exhibitions from our extensive collection of Norwegian and international art and contemporary art exhibitions. We have two venues: TKM Bispegata and TKM Gråmølna. TKM Bispegata is the museum’s main venue located at Nidaros Cathedral, here you can find our beautiful museum shop. In TKM Gråmølna in Trenerys gate at Nedre Elvehavn, you will …

Open day at Trondheim Museum

At Trondheim kunstmuseum (TKM) we show both exhibitions from our extensive collection of Norwegian and international art and contemporary art exhibitions. We have two venues: TKM Bispegata and TKM Gråmølna. TKM Bispegata is the museum’s main venue located at Nidaros Cathedral, here you can find our beautiful museum shop. In TKM Gråmølna in Trenerys gate at Nedre Elvehavn, you will …

Nidaros Cathedral

Nidaros Cathedral is the world’s northernmost medieval cathedral and Norway’s national sanctuary. The Cathedral is the grave church of St. Olav, the patron Saint of Norway. In addition to it now being one of Europe’s major historical pilgrim destinations, coronations and royal blessings take place in the church.

Sverresborg, Trøndelag Folk Museum

Jewish Museum in Trondheim opened its doors in May 1997. Jews began to settle in Trondheim in 1880, after the change of the Norwegian constitution in 1851, granting Jews permission to settle in Norway.

Jewish Museum

Jewish Museum in Trondheim opened its doors in May 1997. Jews began to settle in Trondheim in 1880, after the change of the Norwegian constitution in 1851, granting Jews permission to settle in Norway.

Kristiansten Fortress

The fortress was built after the great fire of 1681, and offers fantastic views of the city and its surroundings. During WWII the Nazi authorities executed members of the Norwegian resistance here. The fortress is open to the public, and you’ll find an open café inside the fortress walls all year. The main building featured in the picture above is …