Practical information

Opening hours 

University Museum of Bergen: Natural history 

Tuesday–Saturday: 10.00–16.00
Sunday: 11.00–17.00

The University Museum of Bergen Cultural history is closed and needs to rehabilitated to meet modern security requirements. In the meantime, the public will get to experience samples from the University Museum's cultural history collections in the museum's natural history building.


In the spring of 2023 are some of our exhbition closed short term at The University of Bergen, Natural history.

  • Week 1: World views, Entrance. When the entrance is affected the only elevator access is through Christie Café. This is located in the wing to the left when you are facing the main entrance. 
  • Week 2: Entrance, Museum Shop and The Globe Room. All tickets needs to be bought online when our shop is closed. 
  • Week 3: Queer Cultural Year
  • Week 4: Jan 24 World Views
  • Information about our exhbition here.


Buy your ticket in advance here.




Mondays, New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Eve, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. 1 May, 17 May, Whit Sunday and Whit Monday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.



Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Ascension Day, Boxing Day (as long as Boxing Day does not fall on a Monday). 


Adult: NOK 150,-
Reduced rate ticket NOK 110,-
Children (0–18 years): Free.

Students – upon presentation of a valid student ID: NOK 110,-

UiB students – Free of charge upon presentation of a valid student ID.

UiB employees NOK 110,-
– upon presentation of an employee card

Employees of the University Museum – upon presentation of an employee card: Free.

Group discount – granted to groups of more than 15 persons with ordinary adult tickets: NOK 110 per person.

Companion with companion certificate: Free

ICOM, Museum Association card: Free

Bergen Card: Free

Guides from tourist information/guide service: Free 

School system: Free (kindergartens, school classes, adult education)

Separate tickets will be made available for events and special exhibitions

Museum garden: Free admission



Open practical information configuration options

Help us take care of the buildings, the artefacts and each other by following some simple but important rules.

  • Follow the advice and directions of our staff.
  • Pushchairs must be parked outside the building. Padlocks can be borrowed in the shop. We have a few pushchairs available but recommend the use of baby carriers for babies who cannot sit.
  • It is not permitted to take food and drink into the museum.
  • Bags are to be stored in the museum’s cloakroom. 
  • Buy your ticket online. It is cheaper and provides faster access to the exhibitions.




The audience entering the museum door
Adnan Icagic