World Heritage Geiranger Visitor Centre / Norwegian Fjord Centre

Norsk Fjordsenter
Gjørvahaugen 35
6216 Geiranger

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Opening Times

Low season / Winter (1 Oct 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday10:00 - 16:00
Bank Holiday10:00 - 16:00

* General Opening Text

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adults (from 16 years)NOK130.00 tickets

Adults (aged 16 and up) NOK 130
Children (5–15 years) NOK 70
Children under 5 years free
Family ticket (parents with children) NOK 270
Group ticket (minimum 15 persons) NOK 110
Seniors/students NOK 110

Map & Directions

Facilities

Disabled persons

  • suitable for the disabled

Discounts

  • group discount

General facilities

  • baby-changing room
  • built - 2002
  • café
  • café/cafeteria
  • Cinema
  • family friendly
  • food and beverage service
  • food/refreshments
  • information board
  • open all year
  • open-air tables
  • other times open by arrangement
  • outdoor barbecue
  • Parking
  • parking for motor coaches
  • parking place
  • patio
  • pets not allowed
  • playground
  • reservations accepted
  • shop
  • suitable for baby carriages
  • toilet
  • tourism information

Museums, Galleries and crafts

  • adventure center
  • botany
  • cultural history
  • exhibition
  • exhibition programme
  • geology
  • local history
  • natural science
  • nature center
  • photographs
  • sales exhibition
  • theme exhibitions
  • visitor Center
  • visual art

Other services

  • art
  • arts and crafts
  • bookshop
  • handicrafts
  • handicrafts
  • jewellery
  • souvenirs

Season

  • All-year

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