Visit Us The museum is open every Sunday. Groups can contact us for advance bookings.

Opening hours, low season From August 16th to June 14th.

The museum is open every Sunday . Groups can still contact us for pre-orders.

On Sundays, the museum is open from 12.00-16.00
(On some Sundays the museum will still be closed. Information about this will be provided in due course.)

Visits to the museum outside these opening times must be booked well in advance by e-mail or phone.
NB! This does not apply to city walks or visits during opening hours.

Opening times, high season 15 June to 15 August.

Monday-Friday: at 10.00-16.00
Sunday: at 12.00-16.00

Tour of the museum, every day at 13.00 in the summer season. Between 13.00-14.00 the synagogue will be inaccessible unless you are on the tour.

City walks are organized every Wednesday at 11.00 in the summer season from 22 June to 15 August from the museum. Tickets are bought inside the reception. Price NOK 100 per person. Children from 7 years/student/honor NOK 50. Max 30 people.

Please note that it lasts 90 minutes, and the route is just over 2 km long. Allow for some standing and walking, as well as walking on cobblestones. We recommend that you bring a small wheelchair if you have limited mobility. Feel free to contact us by phone if you have any questions.

The museum will be closed on Sunday May 1st.

Visits to the museum outside of these opening hours must be booked well in advance by e-mail or phone.

For school classes, see what we offer here.

Tickets for entrance to the museum:

Adult: 100 kr
Student: 50 kr
Children (between 7 and 17) : 50 kr
Free admission for children under 6.

The museum only accepts card payments.

Tickets for city walks:

Adult: 100 kr
Student: 50 kr
retired 50 kr
Children (between 7 and 17) : 50 kr
Free for children under 6.

The museum only accepts card payments.


  • Physical disabilities
    The synagogue on the second floor is accessible via stairs and a lift, the exhibition in the basement has limited accessibility due to stairs. The elevator only goes from the first to the second floor. Good accessibility on the ground floor, where the exhibitions "Homecoming" and "Home. Away. Holocaust in Trondheim" are located. There is also od accessibility on the second floor with the synagogue.
  • Hearing impaired
    There are no sound effects in the exhibitions – only written and visual material. Our fixed guided tours are not adapted for hearing impaired people.
    There are teleloop in the ground and fiorst floor of the building.
  • Visually impaired:
    The exhibitions are not adapted for visually impaired people. Contact us in advance for an adapted guided tour.

    Be aware that the floor in the basement exhibition is partly cobbled, and therefore particularly uneven.

Contact us

Telephone: +47 40 16 98 01

Find us

Arkitekt Christies gate 1 B

Public transport:
Bus stop"Nidarosdomen". See for more information.

There is no dedicated parking at the museum. Visitors kan use public parking at Prinsen cinema.