Dedicated to Bergen's origins and medieval history, and also right next to both Bryggen and the old Mariakirken.
Bryggens Museum display findings of the archaeological excavations of Bryggen from 1955 and contains the foundations of the oldest buildings in Bergen.
Cultural historic museeum. Find out what the daily life in Bergen was like in the 13th century.
Bryggen Museum. Archeological findings from the Middle-ages and the history around Bryggen.
“The Museum of Leprosy is dedicated to Gerhard Armauer Hansen, the brilliant (and slightly mad) Bergen physician who was the first to identify the leprosy bacteria. Right next to it is the simple, but stunning wooden church of St Jørgen (Saint George). ”
“Step outside the flat, walk along Norways first ever street and find Bergen's oldest known building, St. Mary's church.”
“Tells the story of how the Hanseatic merchants lived and traded in Bergen for 400 years ago.”
“Organic, ecological and vegan. All you need for groceries, plus more. Bring your own bags and containers if you want to. ”
Point of Interest
“The tallest and most beautiful mountain in Bergen. Take bus number 2 to Haukeland Hospital and walk 5 minutes up Haukelandsbakken to get to the cable car. Take the cable car up, or walk the 40-60 minutes beautiful hike up the mountain hill to the top.”