The Hanseatic Museum is housed in one of the oldest and best-preserved wooden buildings in Bryggen, the former home of a wealthy merchant. Furnished in the 18th century style, it provides a glimpse of the working and living conditions of the Hanseatic merchants during the Middle Ages. The austere layout and maze-like rooms are saturated by the smell of fish and leave a lasting impression.
Address: Finnegårdsgate 1A, Bryggen
Telephone: +47 55 54 46 90
Transport: A few minutes walk from Torget
Opening times: Daily 10am-5pm (May 15 to September 15) and from 11am-2pm, Tuesday to Saturday and 11am-4pm on Sunday, closed Mondays (September 16 to May 14).
Admission: Adults: NOK 50 (May 15 to September 15) and NOK 30 (September 16 to May 14), entrance is free for children.