23/04/2014

The Kon-Tiki Museum
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Kon-Tiki - short history

Kon-Tiki - short history

Kon-Tiki - short history












Opening hours 2014:
Prices 2014:
The Museum is open every day*
Adults NOK 90 ,-
January – - February: 10-16
Children up to 6 years free
March , April – and May: 10-17
Children from 6 years NOK 40 -
June –, Juli – and August: 9.30-18 Family ( 2 adults and 2 children, age 6 - 15) NOK 180,
September – - October: 10-17 Students/Seniors kr 60,-
November –- December 10-16 *Groups NOK 60 (min. 10,-)
*Closed:
24, 25, 31 of December.
1. January and 17. May
* Touroperators with many groups please ask for special price: 
h.tangen@kon-tiki.no
Adress:
Bygdøynesveien 36 - 0286 Oslo 
Tlf: 23 08 67 67 -
Faks: 23 08 67 60
kon-tiki@kon-tiki.no
Thor Heyerdahl 1914 - 2014
This year the Kon-Tiki Museum celebrate the 100 years anniversary of the birth of Thor Heyerdahl. New exhibitions and activities. Look our Facebook pages for more updated information.


Getting to the Kon-Tiki Museum

Public Bus service Public boat from city center By your own car

There is a regular, all year bus service (bus no. 30)
to the Kon-Tiki Museum from the centre of Oslo every 10 min.
The bus stops right outside the museum.
The stop is called "Bygdøynes".

From 1.st of April to 10th October (2014) you can take a short but pleasant boat trip to the Kon-Tiki Museum by the public ferry.

The second stop is called "Bygdøynes" and this is where you disembark.
Outside The Kon-Tiki Museum you will find 3 parking lots. Click on the photo to find most value for money


Se films from The Kon-Tiki Museum


Kiosk just outside The Kon-Tiki Museum

Just outside The Kon-Tiki Museum you can have coffe, tea, hotdogs, sandwiches, icecream and more.
Same opening hours as The Kon-Tiki Museum in high season (May-September)























As shown on the map The Kon-Tiki Museum is located at Bygdøy in Oslo. It takes 20 min with bus from city center. 15 minutes by boat or you can drive your own car.

The kon-Tiki Museum in brief

The Kon-Tiki Museum houses original boats and exhibits from Thor Heyerdahl’s world famous
expeditions. The museum is home to permanent exhibitions about: Ra, Tigris, Fatu-Hiva, Kon-Tiki, and Easter Island.
It has a separate area for short-term exhibitions, as well as a 30 metre cave tour and an underwater exhibition containing a life-size 10-metre whale shark. The museum also has a cinema and souvenir shop.
The museum is open year.