The Viking Ship Museum is now closed for rebuilding. It will reopen as the Museum of the Viking Age in 2025/2026.
The new museum will ensure optimal conditions for the objects and at the same time give the public a unique encounter with the Viking Age.
At the museum, they have the best-preserved Viking Ships in the world called Oseberg and Gokstad. There is also a third boat named Tune, but it is only a few boards and fragment left-back.
All ships are built in the 9 century. All three ships were excavated from the Oslo Fjord region between the end of the 19th century and the start of the 20th.
In addition to the three ships, the museum has put on display recently some of the skeletons found in the boats.
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