Summer at the museum with city walks
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Summer season in the museum is here

Jewish Museum Trondheim is open for the summer! However, we must still follow the Covid-19 control regulations.

- maximum 20 people inside the museum.

- remember to bring your own face mask if you are over 12 years old.

- keep a minimum distance of 1 meter to the guide and other visitors.

- however, you can stand closer with your own cohort.

- remember to clean your hands regularly with anti-bac during the visit.

- do not visit if you feel sick.

Otherwise, a warm welcome and enjoyment.

The museum is open Monday-Friday from 10.00 - 16.00

and Sundays from 12:00 to 16:00.

Exhibitions to experience: Homecoming 1945-47, Home. Gone. Holocaust in Trondheim, From shtetl to diocesan city.

Welcome to the museum. Read more here:

City Walks: Every Wednesday and Sunday this summer we arrange city walks from the Jewish Museum Trondheim. Get an insight into the history of the Jews who established themselves in Trondheim through a walk in the city streets. In about 90 minutes, we pass central posts, where local Jewish families have lived and worked. Through the walk we tell about the Jewish history in the city, from the time the Jews migrated to Norway around 1880, through World War II until today. Attendance at the museum. Ticket prices: Adults NOK 70, Children and students NOK 40.