Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim

Rockheim Museum

Delve into music history at this cutting-edge rock and pop museum, Rockheim. Dedicated to the collection, preservation and cultivation of Norwegian popular music, this is one Trondheim attraction music fans will not want to miss. Open since August 2010, Rockheim is fast becoming one of the country’s most significant cultural establishments. Located in Brattørkaia, the city’s harbor area, the museum is housed in a converted grain factory. The façade is truly unique, consisting of colorful and constantly changing lights, making it a distinctive building which alludes to the captivating experience you will discover inside its walls.

A unique cultural experience

Step inside this alluring building and you will soon discover it is not your typical museum. At Rockheim, you are encouraged to touch and play with everything. Create your own musical experience in an interactive, virtual world using sound, images and films. Be taken on a musical journey through Norwegian rock music and pop culture from the 1950s to the present at the museum’s permanent exhibitions.

Musician for a day

Play around in the Experience Rooms and have a guitar lesson from a digital Ronnie Le Tekro, the guitarist from the band TNT. Master your hip hop mixing skills or experience the sensation of being onstage playing to thousands of screaming fans. Visitors can also check what’s on at Rockheim’s very own concert venue or absorb themselves in rock literature at the impressive media library.

A good night’s sleep in the heart of Trondheim

After a day of enjoying the city’s vibrant cultural scene and historic charm, return to the peace and comfort of your room at the Radisson Blu Royal Garden Hotel, Trondheim. Enjoy a tasty meal at the modernly decorated 73 Bar & Restaurant. Overlooking the Nidelven River and within minutes to fantastic nightlife and top Trondheim attractions, this hotel is the perfect city break accommodation.