The Fram Museum shows the history of the polar explorers. Here you’ll find the world’s most famous polarship, Fram, from 1892, the museums main attraction. The ship is displayed in its original condition with interior and objects perfectly preserved. Every visitor is welcome on board Fram.

The museum tells the story of the Norwegian polar expeditions, who also represent international history in the field of polar exploration: Nansens journey across the Polar ocean and his attempt to ski across the North Pole, Sverdrups expedition to Greenland, a voyage where more than 200 000 squarekilometers of unchartered land was discovered, and Amundsens journey to the South Pole, the discovery of the Northwest Passage and his attempt to reach the North Pole. The exhibitions in the museum have a representative selection of animals from the Polar region, like polar bears, penguins and moscus ox.
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