Kon-Tiki Museum (Kon-Tiki Museum)

Thor Heyerdahl is one of history’s most famous scientists, adventurers and champions of the environment. 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 round and has special offers for groups in the evenings. The museum is situated at Bygdoy just outside the centre of Oslo. You can catch a bus to Bygdoy from either the Central Station or the National Theatre. The bus runs every 15 minutes. During the summer season (April - October) you can also catch a ferry to visit the Kon-Tiki Museum. The ferry departs from the quayside near City Hall.

Documentaries Offered by Kon-Tiki Museum (1)

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Kon-Tiki (1951) Kon-Tiki (1951) Play Video
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