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Tromsø Museum Tromsø University Museum Tromsõ Museum

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Covering Norway north of the Arctic Circle as well as the Arctic regions, Tromsø Museum offers stories of stubborn survival, of generous beauty and vivid wildlife. Come explore!



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DNA metabarcoding is a rapidly evolving method for assessing biodiversity from environmental DNA.  It has a wide range of applications: biodiversity monitoring, animal diet assessment, reconstruction of paleo communities, among others. 
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Get to know a richly colored man, his family history until today, his journeys to many corners of the world and people he recruited for the exhibitions at zoos!

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Discover the physics behind those magnificent celestial lights and try creating your very own Aurora in our exhibition "The Aurora Explained".
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Get a grip of the Aurora and learn more about the Aurora facts and myths.
Try out hands-on Northern Lights, enjoy a guided tour, a beautiful picture show – plus a free gift! NOK 250 per person.

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The best preserved sealing vessel in Norway

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The Polar Museum exhibits and presents the polar seafaring tradition. At the museum you will meet men, women, ships and equipment that were essential for life on the sea and in the Arctic. Exhibitions on winter trapping, seal hunting and polar expeditions.

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Tromsø Arctic-Alpine Botanic Garden, the northernmost botanic garden in the world, is open throughout the year. There are no fences nor gates, and entrance is free of charge. Enjoy the amazing plants of the Arctic and Alpine areas around the world.



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Opening hours / Entrance fees:

June 1 - August 31:
Every day: 09.00-18.00 (9.00 AM - 6.00 PM)

September 1 - May 31:
Monday-Friday: 10.00-16.30 (10.00 AM- 4.30 PM)
Saturday: 12.00-15.00 (12.00 AM - 3.00 PM)
Sunday: 11.00-16.00 (11.00 AM - 4.00 PM)

Opening at other hours are possible by prior arrangement,
please call 77 64 50 01.

You may also write us an e-mail: museumspost@tmu.uit.no

Opening hours in Café Rotunden:

June 1 - August 31:
Every day: 11.00-16.00 (11.00 AM - 4.00 PM)

September 1 - May 31:
Monday-Saturday: closed
Sunday: 12.00 - 15.30 (noon - 3.30 PM)

You may visit the café even without a ticket to the museum.

TROMSØ ARCTIC-ALPINE BOTANIC GARDEN



Entrance fees
Adult (over 18 years): NOK 50

Children (over 7 years)/students/seniors:
NOK 25

Children under 7 years: Free

Family pass (valid 365 days from
date of purchase): NOK 400

Family pass (2 adult + children): NOK 80

Groups (more than 10 persons): NOK 35/person.

Groups may book a visit to the museum outside the regular opening hours. An additional fee of NOK 500 per hour is charged for this service.

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