The Norwegian Olympic Museum in Lillehammer is a top modern and exciting museum. Be enchanted by unforgettable olympic moments made by athletes from all over the world, and experience olympic history from ancient times to the present day.
The Winter Olympics that took place in Lillehammer in 1994 and Oslo in 1952 play a central role in the museum and will bring back memories from the celebrations that took place during these two Olympics.
The museum is an exciting museum with a lot to experience and see, from medals and other original objects, a biathlon simulator, and movies that prolong the golden moments and bring out the goosebumps.
In the museum you will also find contemporary exhibitions.
The Olympic Museum is located at Maihaugen in Lillehammer, and there is a discount on the ticket price when buying a joint ticket with Maihaugen open air-museum.
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- Very Good27
- Peter_BombergOttawa, CanadaOne of my favorite museums, a real gemSunday, 11th August 2019I was not expecting that the museum would be this good. The entrance is neat and full of fun trivia (pay attention as you will need some of this for the quiz) and yes the quiz was fun even for 2... Read full review
- aquispelZoeterwoude, The NetherlandsTrip Type:FamilySmall and not really worth itFriday, 16th August 2019The museum was rather small with few exhibitions. Perhaps if you are really into sports and the Olympic games this may appeal to you. But for a casual visit its not that special. Read full review
- Niels LAarhus, DenmarkTrip Type:CouplesInteresting museumSaturday, 17th August 2019You get a view in the history of the Olympic Games from the old Greece to the present, and some biographies of some of the Norwegian athletes whom won over the years. Read full review
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||NOK135.00 1 person|
|Children||NOK65.00 1 person|
|Familienticket||NOK335.00 1 person|
|Senior||NOK95.00 1 person|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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The Norwegian Olympic Museum is located at Maihaugen, in walking distance from Lillehammer town center and the train station. Follow the signs from E6 and towards Maihaugen. Big parking lot.