Come to Trondheim to be enchanted by rich heritage combined with big-city life.
With over 1,000 years of history, Norway’s original capital has countless interesting tales to tell. Scattered with historical attractions, fascinating museums and buzzing cultural institutions, Trondheim is sure to intrigue any visitor. Book a hotel in Trondheim just minutes from the best Trondheim attractions - the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel.
Trondheim sights and museums
Begin your journey at Nidaros Cathedral, Norway’s national sanctuary. Resting over the original grave of St. Olav, the imposing cathedral has been an important Christian pilgrimage sight since the Middle Age. Adjacent to the cathedral, discover the striking 12th-century Archbishop’s Palace, housing the Royal Regalia.
Travel through 150 years of building traditions at Sverresborg, Trøndelag Folk Museum, one of Norway’s largest cultural history museums. The Museum of Natural History and Archaeology and the National Museum of Decorative Arts also make worthy additions to any Trondheim itinerary, as does the Royal Residence at Stiftsgården, the largest wooden palace in Scandinavia.
Music fans should put Rockheim Trondheim at the top of their list. Dedicated to Norway’s rock and pop culture from the 1950s to the present day, this interactive attraction is an extraordinary experience. Further your musical knowledge at the Ringve Museum, the national museum of music and musical instruments, located in Trondheim’s beautiful Ringve botanical gardens.
Stay close to Trondheim’s fascinating attractions
Make the most of your time while in Trondheim and stay at the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, located just a short stroll from Trondheim’s major attractions.
Before your packed day of sightseeing, fuel up on Bakkus’s hearty Super Breakfast Buffet, and on your return, unwind in the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel’s fitness and relaxation centre.
Stay in modern comfort with a hotel in Trondheim at the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel.