Museums and Attractions in Bergen
Starting with the Bergen Museum, but reaching down to more specialist museums and galleries in the city, Bergen offers guests plenty of attractions to visit on their stay.
With many attractions and museums located in the Bergen city centre, it makes sense to stay at a central hotel in Bergen. With an enviable position at the heart of this Norwegian coastal community, guests looking for the best attractions can reach them easily on a stay at the Radisson Blu Hotel Norge in Bergen.
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Find Bergen's past and present through museums and attractions
Bergen Museum, also known as the University Museum of Bergen, allows for a great start for exploring this historical city. Guests will find exhibitions bringing them full circle from Norway's prehistoric roots to the Middle Ages and beyond.
As Bergen once formed part of the Hanseatic network of port cities, visitors can also explore several well-preserved attractions from that period, which also often host small museum exhibitions. The area of Bryggen presents guests with both the Hanseatic Museum, hosted in an 18th-century trade house, and the Hanseatic Assembly Rooms from the same period.
For a more modern flair, Bergen also hosts many cutting-edge art museums and small, independent galleries showcasing contemporary work. Check the Bergen Art Museum for the masters and contemporary works. The USF Culture House in Bergen hosts both studios and exhibitions for contemporary artists, many from the Bergen area.
Find culture from a central Bergen hotel
For a hotel with the best of Bergen's cultural attractions and museums nearby, choose the Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, Bergen. Guests at this accommodation in Bergen benefit from a central location, but also amenities such as a fine dining restaurant as well as a business centre for computer and internet access.
Book a stay with the Radisson Blu Hotel Norge, Bergen.