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Unfortunately, the museum is temporarily closed due to renewal and renovation. But don't despair, you can still experience history up close!

In the meantime, why not explore the Iron Age Farm? Here you'll get an authentic experience of the Migration Period while you wait for the Archaeological Museum to reopen its doors. From May 2nd, the Iron Age Farm will be open daily from Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm, and Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm. We will be closed on May 1st.
We look forward to welcoming you back to the Archaeological Museum when it reopens in 2024!

A world of discovery awaits you at the Archaeological Museum

Go thousands of years back in time and explore Rogaland's prehistory through exhibitions, guided tours, games, and activities. Visit the website for opening hours and ticket information.

Explore exhibitions that reveal skeletons and selected finds from the past

Among these, you'll find one of the best-preserved polar bear skeletons in the world, discovered and excavated from a cellar on the island of Finnøy. The museum also features beautiful jewellery and objects made by talented goldsmiths in the Viking Age.

The museum's artefacts carry stories and mysteries waiting to be explored. Don't miss the exciting guided tours that provide deeper insight into our prehistory.

The exhibition 'Fabulous Beasts - from the Iron Age and Viking Age' invites you on a magical journey back to Iron Age Scandinavia, to a time when a different relationship with animals shaped people's beliefs and imaginations, and importantly influenced the beautiful things they created, used, and surrounded themselves with.

After a fulfilling day, you can enjoy a well-deserved break at the museum's café Ask and Embla. Here you can savour a tasty cup of coffee, a delicious lunch, and tempting cakes while reflecting on the day's impressions.

Visit the Archaeological Museum and the Iron Age Farm today!

Head to the Archaeological Museum and the Iron Age Farm and be enchanted by the treasures and stories of the past. Explore our heritage, enrich your knowledge, and experience Norway's rich cultural history up close. Welcome to an exciting journey through time and space!

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Schedule

Temporarily closed due to renovations and reconstruction

Weekdays:
Closed
Saturday:
Closed
Sunday:
Closed

Contact

Address:
  • Peder Klowsgate 30A
  • 4002
  • Stavanger
Phone:
+47 51 83 26 00
Email:
post-am@uis.no
Website:
am.uis.no/

Facilities

Toilet:
Café:
Souvenirs/gift shop:
WIFI/Internet:
Season:
  • Winter
  • Spring
  • Autumn
  • Summer
Family-friendly:

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